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Management Guidelines For Asian Floodplain River Fisheries These guidelines are based on research on Asian river systems funded by the United Kingdom Government's Department for International Development. They deal with five basic questions with regard to floodplain fishery resources: Why manage? What to man...
TECA/FAO, (2016)
Marker Assisted Selection (MAS) And Participatory Plant Breeding (PPB) In Rice, India And Nepal Drought resistance in rice is physiologically and genetically complex, and there are a number of traits which are thought to contribute to drought resistance mechanisms. Drought-related traits are influenced by several or many genetic loci. Molecular...
TECA/FAO, (2016)
Multi-storied Agroforestry Cropping Systems For Micro-Climatic Modification And Erosion Control In Nepal Natural hazards such as floods, landslides and drought occur frequently in different parts of Nepal with varying dimensions and magnitude. These hazards constitute the major causes of land degradation and deterioration of natural ecosystems. The intr...
TECA/FAO, (2016)
Pineapple As Alternate Cropping To Control Soil Erosion In Nepal Farmers in hilly areas of Nepal witness high variability in crop yields due to adverse weather conditions and loss of fertile soil because of erosion. Overall environmental degradation constitutes a further hazard for the growth of maize, which is th...
TECA/FAO, (2016)
Bagar Farming (Baluwa kheti) In River Banks Of Nepal Farmers located along the river banks in the Kapilvastu district in Nepal face frequent floods and subsequent land degradation that deeply affects their livelihoods, as the sand that deposits in this area makes cultivation of crops unfeasible. The in...
TECA/FAO, (2016)
Better Quality Farmyard Manure Through Improved Decomposition Farmyard manure ? a varying mixture of animal manure, urine, bedding material, fodder residues, and other components ? is the most common form of organic manure applied in the midhills of Nepal. Farmyard manure has a high proportion of organic materi...
TECA/FAO, (2016)
Bio-Engineering Practices To Control Erosion Of River Embankments In Nepal Heavy rainfall and landslides in the up-streams of the Churia range cause sedimentation of river beds, leading to erosion of river embankments by fast flows of water. This heavily affects the livelihoods of farmers downstream, causing loss of infrast...
TECA/FAO, (2016)
Community Based Landslide Treatment In Nepal Frequent landslides in mid-hill districts have caused damage to productive land at the lower basin and affected human settlements and agriculture activities both upstream and downstream. Extensive areas of productive land were left fallow because of ...
TECA/FAO, (2016)
Farmer Field Schools On Integrated Plant Nutrient Systems There are different ways of carrying out agricultural extension. Farmer field schools represent a participatory approach that directly reaches farmers and addresses their day-to-day problems. The concept of farmer field schools builds on the belief t...
TECA/FAO, (2016)
Improved Pit Storage Method For Ginger Rhizomes In Nepal Farmers in the Mahintada village, in the Surkhet District cultivate ginger as a major income generating cash crop to be used as food or medicine. Ginger rhizomes selected for seed purposes are stored in pits to be used in the next season. It has been...
TECA/FAO, (2016)