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Screening for Cold Tolerant Cactus Species (Opuntia ficus-indica) for West Asia Region
The identification of the cold tolerant Opuntia species to increase their cultivation in West Asia region where the cold winter conditions limit their adaptation is the primary yet the most critical step. The International ...
Reversing the Degradation of Jordan's 'Badia'
This blog talks about work on the OFID project. It was not a planned deliverable.
Image 2 awareness event
Image 2 awareness event
First round of data collected for landscape depressions
This the final annual report for the donor. The first round of data is reported here. While the deliverable asks for a data set, this is not complete yet as there will be another round of data collection. This provides ...
Household Survey on Landscape Depression Management OFID
This is the household survey that is being used by the project to collect data on landscape depression use
NRM and institutional options for sustainable management of silvipasture systems on community and private lands for enhanced ecosystem services
A key component of this project is the capacity development of all concerned stakeholders In particular agropastoral communities with emphasis on woman Research activity is developed with community involvement to insure ...
Buffel Grass: A resilient, drought-tolerant forage species to alleviate feed shortages and feeding costs.
One of the most drought-tolerant of the commonly sown grasses, Cenchrus ciliaris occurs naturally in areas with an average annual rainfall that ranges from 100 mm to approximately 1,000 mm, but most commonly between 300 ...
Stipa lagascae: A heavy, adaptable grass that provides high quality hay
Stipa lagascae is a perennial bunchgrass that is highly palatable for livestock. It is also harvested and dried as high quality hay for summer feed. This plant is found in humid to arid areas across the Mediterranean and ...
How Landscape Level Governance and Land Use Planning are Connected Insights from Case Studies in Marsabit Isiolo and Makueni
The present document consists of a workshop presentation in which are illustrated three different studies from three different projects focused on natural resource governance but all relevant to land use planning
Fire Bush: the multipurpose sand dune stabilizer
Fire Bush or Arta - is an excellent pastoral species for fixing soil and providing a source of protein for livestock. Its wood is highly prized as fuel, as it burns smokeless. It grows in course sandy dessert soils and ...