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Experimental Designs for Alley Cropping to Estimate Shrub × Grass Interaction
Presents a series of experimental designs to estimate shrub x grass interactions and illustrates the data analysis using a simulated dataset.
Experimental Designs for Alley Cropping to Estimate Shrub x Grass Interaction
Alley cropping, an agroforestry system, comprises rows of perennial shrubs or trees bordering the alleys of grasses/crops. An appropriately chosen alley cropping provides improvement in feeds for small ruminants, food ...
Assessing the Vulnerability of Rangeland Ecosystems to Global Climate Change In the Dryland Areas of the Middle East and North Africa Region
Climate change projections provide little information on how this risk might affect rangeland plant communities in specific regions. Rangelands are by far the most widespread land use type in the dry areas, and are home ...
Managing rangelands: promoting sustainable shrub species: Silvopasture: offering multiple benefits for agro-pastoralists
Silvopasture is ideally suited to the dry areas where its application in agro-forestry production systems can help to improve fodder production, enhance soil health, and reduce erosion. In India, where the practice is ...