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Exotics in Indian Forestry

Sanjeev K Chauhan; S S Gill; Rajni Chauhan and S C Sharma

ISBN 10: 8183211062 / ISBN 13: 9788183211062
Published by Agrotech Pub Academy, Udaipur, 2008
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Contents Preface. Contributors. Author Index. 1. Exotics in Indian Forestry. 2. The use of exotics and indigenous tree species in agroforestry and plantation forestry. 3. Status and future of exotics in Western Himalayas. 4. Forests and farming in Himachal Pradesh Exotics require reorientation plantation strategies. 5. Introduction of exotics in South India a boon to paper industry. 6. Role of exotics in industrial farm forestry plantations an ITC experience. 7. Present status of exotic Acacia species in India. 8. The introduction of natural rubber (Hevea Brasiliensis) in India a success story. 9. Exotics for afforestation and reforestation under clean development mechanism (CDM) of Kyoto Protocol opportunities for farmers. 10. Eucalyptus for the reclamation of shallow water table areas a case study. 11. Nutrient contents and their release pattern from the leaves of an exotic species of Acacia (Acacia Mangium). 12. Nabard's initiatives in funding clonal Eucalypts under Short Rotation Forestry. 13. Acacia Auriculiformis a promising exotic species for degraded lands in India. 14. Nutrient dynamics in Eucalyptus Tereticornis Plantation of Doon Valley. 15. Simarouba Glauca potential exotic for greening of wastelands of Tamil Nadu. 16. Ms Access based interactive database management systems for temperate exotic trees. 17. Predicting Prosopis Juliflora spread within India using Ecological Niche Modeling a case study. 18. Pinus Halepensis Mill. an exotic pine for fuel wood production and greening of wastelands in Kashmir. 19. Scope of Jatropha Cultivation on wastelands in India. 20. Cultivation of Aloe (Aloe Vera) as intercrop with Amla (Embelica Officinalis L.). 21. The contribution and critics of exotic species in the plantation forestry of Bangladesh. 22. Studies on the performance of Poplar (Populus Deltoides) in Gangetic Plains of Eastern Bihar. 23. Production potential in short rotation Eucalyptus Tereticornis Sm. Lantations in sub humid tropical environment of India. 24. Managing salty soils and groundwaters for establishing plantations of exotic trees. 25. Actual productivity and potential productivity of the soils of the humid sub mountainous tract for growing crops pastures and trees. 26. Growth analysis of high density plantations of Black Wattle (Acacia Mollissima De Willd.) in the mid hills of North Western Himalayas. 27. Potential of Eucalyptus Tereticorins (Hybrid) as energy plantation on Red Lateritic Soil of Chattisgarh. 28. Dynamics of subterranean Meso Fauna in Acacia Tortilis and Hardwickia Binata based silvipasture systems in semiarid regions. 29. Patterns of productivity and accumulation of carbon and nitrogen in Acacia Tortilis based silvi pastures in semiarid India. 30. Evaluation of coppicing behaviour of Acacia Tortilis (Forsk.) Hayne. 31. Fine root growth phenology production and turnover in Poplar plantations of different ages. 32. Screening of some multipurpose exotic/indigenous tree species for salt tolerance. 33. Effect of soil treatment on seedling mortality and growth of Robinia Pseudoacacia L. in the Himalayas. 34. Effect of raw sewage on the growth and fodder value of Leucaena Leucocephala. 35. Potential exotic species for agroforestry in India an overview. 36. Potential of exotic species in agroforestry an overview. 37. Multipurpose exotic species in small farm agroforestry. 38. Exotics tree species in agroforestry for semi arid sub tropics. 39. Paulownia based agroforestry systems innovations in Doon Valley conditions. 40. Evolution of Coffee Based agroforestry systems of Kodagu Central Western Ghats South India. 41. Agroforestry a need for sustainable land use in North Bihar. 42. Performance of exotic fodder trees in silvipastoral systems of Central India. 43. Effect of management practices of Acacia Tortilis on yield and economic return of understorey rainfed Kharif Crops. 44. Performance of some multipurpose tree species in Tripura. 45. Casuarina Equisetifolia an exotic multipurpose tree specie. Bookseller Inventory # 67993

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Title: Exotics in Indian Forestry

Publisher: Agrotech Pub Academy, Udaipur

Publication Date: 2008

Binding: Hardbound

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