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It is quite appropriate that the book draws from the experience in Asia. Asia is the cradle of agroforestry. The Asian experience of traditional agroforestry systems from shifting cultivation and taungya to homegardens and multistrata systems has paved the way for most of the recent agroforestry innovations and improvements. This book is no exception to this general trend. Presenting a series of case-study papers on tree growing in forest-deprived areas of the Philippines, the book compares the Philippines experience with similar experience in other Asian countries. This comparative analysis then leads to the conclusion that tree growing by smallholder farmers has the potential to play a significant role in sustainable land management. Coming as it does at a time when much of the existing literature about smallholder tree planting is somewhat dated, the new experiences, analyses, and discussions presented in the book are relevant and timely to most other developing countries.

Detail Penerbitan

  • Terbit: 2008
  • Penerbit: Springer
  • ISBN-10: 9048119499
  • ISBN-13: 978-9048119493
  • Dewey Decimal: 634.9