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Area and production estimates for crops in the communal lands, 1984/85
1985 by Permanent Sample Survey Unit, Central Statistical Office in Harare, Zimbabwe .
Written in English
|Statement||Zimbabwe National Household Survey Capability Programme (ZNHSCP).|
|Series||Report / Zimbabwe National Household Survey Capability Programme (ZNHSCP) ;, no. AL2, Report (Zimbabwe National Household Survey Capability Programme) ;, no. AL2.|
|Contributions||Zimbabwe National Household Survey Capability Programme.|
|LC Classifications||S494.5.E8 A74 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||87123005|
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The specific objectives of Meher Season Post Harvest Survey are to estimate the total crop area, volume of crop production and yield of crops for Meher Season agriculture in Ethiopia. The report is based on private peasant holdings Area and production estimates for crops in the communal lands rural sedentary areas of the country and part of companion reports on the performance of agriculture in the.
Forecast Survey, Meher Season Post Harvest Survey (Area and production, land use, farm management and crop utilization), Livestock Survey and Belg Season Survey. The specific objectives of Meher Season 1984/85 book Harvest Survey are to estimate the total crop area, volume of crop production and yield of crops for Meher Season agriculture in Ethiopia.
Human expansion throughout the world caused that agriculture is a dominant form of land management globally. Human influence on the land is accelerating because of rapid population growth and increasing food requirements.
To stress the interactions between society and the environment, the driving forces (D), pressures (P), states (S), impacts (I), and response (R) (DPSIR) framework approach Cited by: 7. approach, crop production estimates are obtained using farmers recall/diary method. The former approach is widely practiced in most of the countries.
Crop area Estimated crop area is one of the two major components of estimated crop production. To estimate crop production properly, the crop area File Size: 2MB.
A Review of Ethiopian Agriculture: Roles, Policy and Small-scale Farming Systems BACKGROUND Agriculture is the backbone of the Ethiopian economy. This particular sector determines the growth of all other sectors and consequently, the whole national economy.
On average, crop production makes up 60 percent of the sector’s. As a renewable resource, a large quantity of residue is produced annually by a wide range of crops grown in the US.
Accordingly, there exists a wide range of estimates of crop residue produced in the US (Lipinsky et al.,Miller and Eisenhauer, ).Estimates of crop residue produced in 48 contiguous states of USA range from 95×10 6 to ×10 6 Mg/year ().Cited by: Source: Zimbabwe Agriculture Sector Memorandum, Table gives estimates of wood stocks of indigenous forests and woodlands by land tenure category in the country.
Of the total estimated wood stock of million tonnes, 42%, 40% and 16% are found on the wildlife estate. Swaziland: Deteriorating Living Standards, Poor Economic Growth. "Official estimates put real GDP growth at percent in While the area of communal Swazi Nation Land devoted to the.
A form of tropical subsistence agriculture in which fields are rotated after short periods of crop production is shifting cultivation. Milpa agriculture involves the method of clearing fields of land washed in communal ownership. The basic unit of the township-and-range system, the section, has an area of 1 square mile.
Dry lands in LDCs is harder to grow crops but it is easier to grow crops in MDCs because they have better access to water to grow the crops. Agriculture has.
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Even a country like South Korea has more t haFile Size: 1MB. Land application: burial or landfilling. Composting. Burning or incineration. Recycling (resource recovery) The most common of these is undoubtedly land application, although all four are commonly applied in emergency situations.
Details of disposal on-site and off-site can be found in Sections and respectively. On-site disposal options. estimates, a new producer independent crop estimate system was developed and implemented in four provinces and the preliminary results are promising.
Box 1: Agricultural Geo-referenced Information. The majority of the rural population lives on communal lands, which occupy 39 per cent of the total land area in the province. Table and Population Apportionment in Matabeleland North (note: population data exclude the city of Bulawayo) % of % of total land area population 1.
Commercial farmland 16% 7% 2. The driving force for land rehabilitation is land degradation. Land degradation is a affect more than 12% of the total degr aded land area and 15% of This book broadens out discussi on Author: Martin Haigh.
National practices on data collection methods for statistics on structural aspects of agriculture 1. Regional Roundtable on World Programme for the Census of Agriculture Nairobi, Kenya, September National practices on data collection methods for statistics on structural aspects of agriculture Technical Session 19 1 Brian Kaseke Agriculture Statistics Manager.
In dryland Africa, access to land and water resources are central to pastoral livelihood activities. Policy intervention in these regions represents the outcome of concerted post-independence processes in which countries have committed to land tenure transformation as a policy objective.
This was meant to create private, liberal property rights to replace communal customary tenure systems Cited by: 3. By only partial surveys of Sudan's land resources had been made, and estimates of the areas included in different land use categories varied considerably.
Figures for potentially arable land ranged from an estimate of million hectares made in the mids to a figure of 84 million hectares published by the Ministry of Agriculture and. Livestock Production.
The sub-directorate Animal Production (Policies and Programmes) is made of the fields of Aquaculture, Dairy, Large Stock, Monogastric, Small Stock, Veld, Forage and Widelife Ranching. The persons responsible for each field under the supervision of.
In low-density areas, population and livestock densities are relatively low and communal feed and fuel resources exist, resulting in lower potential pressure on residues on an area basis. Yet, biomass production is low and farmers largely rely on crop residues to feed livestock during the long dry season, implying substantial opportunity costs Cited by: Crops —Estimates of crop acreage and production by the NASS are based on current sample survey data obtained from individual producers and objective yield counts, reports of carlot shipments, market records, personal field observations by field statisticians, and reports from other sources.
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Disasters. Pandemics; Environment and land. Agriculture and fishing; Environment and natural resources. The most severely hit area was the Sierra Madre region.
Agricultural losses in Chihuahua are estimated at $25 million;cattle have already died, as a result of the growing lack of precipitation in the region. Due to the lack of water, crops were destroyed and famine spread. State / District / Block wise Area,Production & Productivity of coconut All India final estimates of Area and Production of Coconut - Goat production in the lowlands relies on browsing and grazing whereas in the highlands communal grazing, fallow lands, and crop residues are the major feed resources.
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Land reform in Vietnam began in the political turmoil following World War II in which a civil war pitted the communist Viet Minh against the French colonists and their supporters.
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Among the earliest research publications on no- tillage crop production we can cite Moody et al.,Free et al.,Triplett et al. Between andan average of percent of the world’s forests was lost each year, down from percent each year in the s, according to a .Crop residues also play an important role in conserving soil moisture, preventing erosion and providing products such as fuel or thatch for smallholders.
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