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Bhardwaj S.D. Panwar Pankaj

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Pankaj Panwar and S.D. Bhardwaj

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, India, 2006. Hard Cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Printed Pages: 99. Seller Inventory # 019407

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Pankaj Panwar and S.D. Bhardwaj

Published by Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, India (2006)

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Pankaj Panwar,S.D. Bhardwaj

Published by Scientific Publishers (2006)

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Forestry is an age old practice as people use to plant trees on their farm lands and near their houses. There were tree festivals like Shalbhangika, Vanmahotsava in Gupta period. However, the expanse of these plantations were less. With the advent of industrialization, expanding population base and degradation of forest there is a urgent need to establish large scale plantations which on one hand fulfill the need of industries, fuel, fodder and timber requirement of people and on the other provide economic and environmental safety. In India, generally degraded lands are spared for forest related activities. These degraded lands suffers from different problems like less soil depth, grazing pressure, poor nutrient, may be saline-alkaline, inaccessibility, undulating, rocky so on ---. Establishing trees on these lands is a challenging task and requires skill and planning. In light of failure of many plantation programs in past, it is imperative that the manpower is trained for plantation programs to achieve good results in field. This prompted the authors to bring out this manuscript which can help as a guide to foresters, researcher and students. The book would be of interest to those who are concerned with land use in forest and soil conservation, agriculture and forest colleges and universities. There are total eight chapters; Chapter first introduces plantation forestry as a science and spells the need and origin of large scale plantation. Second and third chapters are devoted to equipments and techniques used in plantation forestry. Rest of the chapters deals with management, planning, impact, energy relation of plantation and protection of plantation forestry. Printed Pages: 99. Seller Inventory # 86336

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Pankaj Panwar and S D Bhardwaj

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About this Item: Scientific, Jodhpur, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Equipments and tools used in plantation forestry. 3. Plantation technology. 4. Tending operations. 5. Plantation planning steps. 6. Impact of plantation forestry. 7. Energy and plantation forestry. 8. Plantation protection and economics. Literature cited. Annexure 1 3. Plantation forestry is an age old practice as people use to plant trees on their farm lands and near their houses. There were tree festivals like Shalbhangika Vanmahotsava in Gupta period. However the expanse of these plantations were less. With the advent of industrialization expanding population base and degradation of forest there is an urgent need to establish large scale plantations which on one hand fulfill the need of industries fuel fodder and timber requirement of people and on the other provide economic and environmental safety. In India generally degraded lands are spared for forest related activities. These degraded lands suffers from different problems like less soil depth grazing pressure poor nutrient may be saline alkaline inaccessibility undulating rocky so on. Establishing trees on these lands is a challenging task and requires skill and planning. In light of failure of many plantation programs in past it is imperative that the manpower is trained for plantation programs to achieve good results in field. This prompted the authors to bring out this manuscript which can help as a guide to foresters researchers and students. The book would be of interest to those who are concerned with land use in forest and soil conservation agriculture and forest colleges and universities. There are total eight chapters chapter first introduces plantation forestry as a science and spells the need and origin of large scale plantation. Second and third chapters are devoted to equipments and techniques used in plantation forestry. Rest of the chapters deals with management planning impact energy relation of plantation and protection of plantation forestry. 100 pp. Seller Inventory # 59040

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Panwar, Pankaj & S D Bhardwaj

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Pankaj Panwar and S D Bhardwaj

Published by Agrobios, Jodhpur (2005)

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About this Item: Agrobios, Jodhpur, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Nursery establishment. 3. Field plantation. 4. Management of forest. 5. Measuring forest. Literature cited. Glossary of technical terms. Conversion table. Logarithms. Antilogarithms. The manuscript has been divided into five chapters for the sake of convenience. Chapter 1 introduces the need of forest enterprise and way outs to tackle the problems. Chapter 2 covers different aspects of nursery right from selecting of site for nursery to study of germination parameters conditioning of seedling and management of fertilizers application and insect pest and diseases. Third chapter is devoted for raising and managing of plants. This includes matching site and species lay out soil working and finally after care of the plantation. Once the plant gets established the diversity of both plants and insect increases. Knowing the status of regeneration of principal species and other species is also important. Hence regeneration survey and vegetational survey have been covered in chapter 4. Quality of wood is of prime importance which is obtained by thinning the crops. Thus method of thinning and cost involved in raising forest crops have also been covered in this chapter. Insect pest and diseases are part and parcel of forest. Control measures of these has also been suggested in chapter four. The Sale and purchase of forest resource particularly wood cannot be thought of without measuring the amount of wood stored in forest area. Per cent profit and loss depends upon the accuracy of measurement. Hence chapter 5 is exclusively devoted for measuring diamention age and volume of forest by means of different methods. 192 pp. Seller Inventory # 57453

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Ram Parkash

Published by International Book Distribut, Dehra Dun (2002)

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About this Item: International Book Distribut, Dehra Dun, 2002. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. Foreword.1. Promotion of agroforestry to meet the fodder and fuelwood needs of rural and urban communities/A.K. Singh, S.K. Banerjee and P.K. Shukla. 2. Land management problems in the Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh/S.S. Negi. 3. Management of energy plantations/S.D. Bhardwaj and Pankaj Panwar. 4. Eco-friendly approach of tribal development/S.M. Sulaiman Quli. 5. Production potential of Dioscorea composita hemsl. and Dioscorea floribunda mart & Gal under agro-climatic conditions of North East India/T.C. Sarma. 6. Implications of variation in reproductive traits among teak clones to management and genetics of seed orchards/ Vasudeva R., Rajesh Gunaga and Hanumantha M. 7. Litter production and nutrient return in teak plantation/Rajagopal K., M. George, C. Buvaneswaran and C.V. Vijayam. 8. Growth and biomass production of different tree species grown on the limestone Mine Dump in Tamil Nadu/A. Ponnambalam, R.S. Peddappaiah, and P. Devaraj. 9. Changes in species diversity and chemical properties of soil under Dalbergia sissoo and Haldina cordifolia plantations in degraded land/Raj K. Verma, D.K. Shadangi, P.K. Khatri and S.K. Banerjee. 10. Vegtatative propagation of sub-Himalayan elm (Ulmus villosa brandis), Maple (Acer oblongum wall.) and Ban Oak (Quercus leucotrichophora camus) through cuttings/Bhardwaj and V.K.Mishra. 11. Role of mendelian genetics in improving forest tree productivity/A.K. Mandal and P.H. Chawhaan. 12. Drupe characteristics and multiple seed production in neem (Azadirachta indica)/H.N. Khajuria, 267 pp. Seller Inventory # 40554

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Pankaj Panwar,A.K. Tiwari,K.S. Dadhwal

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2012)

ISBN 10: 9381450218 ISBN 13: 9789381450215

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Shivalik ranges cover an area of about 2.14 million ha in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab and Haryana States of north-west India. Over exploitation of the resources in the region had lead to soil erosion resulting in the rise of riverbeds, siltation of tanks, reservoirs and other natural water bodies. Soil erosion greater than 80 t ha-1 yr-1 have been recorded from denuded hills at places. More than 70 per cent people of the region are dependent on agriculture, however, only 18 per cent of the cultivated area is irrigated. Agroforestry where tree and crops are integrated with each other had been recommended worldwide to check soil erosion and simultaneously achieve production goals. Adoption of scientifically proven agroforestry systems in Shivaliks can reverse the degradation and improve the economic status of the farmers of the region. Extensive research had been done till date on role of agroforestry in resource conservation and livelihood security in the region. The book is an attempt to compile the available knowledge on the subject. There are 20 chapters in the book covering various topics relating agroforestry systems with soil and water conservation, livelihood security, slope protection through mechanical and vegetative measures, fertility build up, mine spoil rehabilitation, bamboos, climate change and carbon sequestration. Contents Preface Chapter 01: Agroforestry Scenario and Opportunities in Shivalik Himalayas by Pankaj Panwar, A.K. Tiwari and K.S. Dadhwal Chapter 02: Agroforestry for Soil and Water Conservation in Jammu Shivaliks by Sandeep Sehgal and Mohammed Saleem Chapter 03: Livelihood Security through Agroforestry in Jammu Shivaliks by Kamal Kishor Sood Chapter 04: Soil and Nutrient Loss under Different Land-Uses in Upper Shivaliks of Himachal Pradesh by I P Sharma and Sudhir Verma Chapter 05: Potential Agroforestry Systems for Mid Hill Himalayas by P S Thakur and C L Thakur Chapter 06: Design for Slope Protection by using Bio-Engineering Measures in Himalayan Region by Rohitashw Kumar, Vijay Shankar and Mahesh Kumar Chapter 07: Suitable Agroforestry Systems for Lower Shivaliks of Panchkula, Haryana by Pankaj Panwar Chapter 08: Agroforestry Systems for Soil Fertility Build up of Degraded Lands of Shivaliks by Sharmistha Pal Chapter 09: Agroforestry for Rehabilitation of Mine spoils in Dehradun Valley by K.S. Dadhwal and G.P. Juyal Chapter 10: Bhimal (Grewia optiva) Based Land Use Systems for Resource Conservation and Fodder Severity in Shivalik Himalayas by Harsh Mehta and K.S. Dadhwal Chapter 11: Tree Based Farming Systems for Paonta Valley of Himachal Pradesh by V.K. Chauhan, A.K. Joshi and R.S. Rana Chapter 12: Aonla Based Agroforestry Systems for Soil and Water Conservation in Shivaliks by Ram Prasad, R.P. Yadav and Pankaj Panwar Chapter 13: Role of Agroforestry in Soil Conservation and Soil Quality by R.P. Yadav, S.K. Yadav, Pankaj Panwar and S.L. Arya Chapter 14: Land Degradation in the Shivaliks of Jammu and Kashmir: Role of Agroforestry in Conservation and Reclamation by Vikas Sharma and S. K. Gupta Chapter 15: Bamboo Species of Shivalik Foot Hills by D.R. Bhardwaj, Krishan Chand and Bhalender Singh Chapter 16: Effect of Different Land Treatments on Hydrologica lBehaviour and Soil Loss in Shivaliks by V.K.Bhatt and A.K. Tiwari Chapter 17: Impact of Climate Change on Horticulture by W.S. Dhillon, Sanjeev K. Chauhan and H.V. Srinidhi Chapter 18: Traditional Approaches for Conservation and Utilization of Natural Resources in Chamba and Kangra Districts of Himachal Pradesh byVipan Guleria and Atul Gupta Chapter 19: Carbon Sequestration Potential of Production Forestry for Mitigating Impact of Climate Change by S.C. Sharma, A.S. Dogra and Sanjeev K. Chauhan Chapter 20: Rehabilitation of Degraded Lands through Silvipastoral Systems ? A Printed Pages: 312. Seller Inventory # 65739

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Ram Parkash

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About this Item: International Book Distr., 2000. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents: Preface. Foreword. 1. Poplar its culture and use as a source of raw material for pulp and paper industry/T.C. Sarma. 2. Biodiversity conservation : analysis of problems & extension strategy for securing people's participation/S.M. Sulaiman Quli. 3. Wastelands of northeast India: an untapped potential for growing non-traditional crops/R.K. Sharma and T.C. Sarma. 4. Biotechnology in forestry/S.M. Mutanal and R.B. Hosalli.5. Influence of environment on physiology of plantation forests/P. Shanmughavel and P. Thangavel. 6. Genetic conservation and improvement of bamboos in Northeast India/K.C. Pathak, D. Neog, A.K. Sarma and P.C. Saikia. 7. Structure and composition of banj oak forests along an altitudinal gradient in Garhwal Himalaya /P.K. Bahuguna, C.M. Sharma, S.K. Ghildiyal and D.P. Nautiyal. 8. Role of tree stands in soil fertility restoration of degraded land of east coastal tract in Tamilnadu/C. Buvaneswaran and R. Jambulingam. 9. Performance of BER (Zizyphus mauritiana L.) cultivars in redsoils of northern dry zone of Karnataka/T.S.Rudreshappa, B.S. Shivakumar and Nagesh Naik. 10. Impact of mining and rehabilitation of mined areas/S.D. Bhardwaj and Pankaj Panwar. 11. Effect of ringing of shoots and treatment with IBA and NAA on success of air- layering in Lasoda (Cordia dischotoma Forst.)/R.S. Chovatia and S.P. Singh.12. Fungi from diseased of agarwood tree (Aquilaria agallocha Roxb.) : two new records/P. Tamuli, P. Boruah, S.C. Nath and R. Samanta. Indexes. No. 19960 208 pp. Seller Inventory # 31069

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P Rethy; P P Dabral; Binay Singh and K K Sood

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ISBN 10: 817089302X ISBN 13: 9788170893028

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About this Item: IBD, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents: Foreword. I. Biodiversity: 1. Microbial diversity: an ecological purview in forest systems/S. Karthikeyan, B. Nagamani and K. Ramasamy. 2. Fungal biodiversity and conservation/J.G. Vaidya and S.R. Bhosle. 3. Floristic and ecological diversity in Arunachal Pradesh: conservation and utilization/M.S. Rawat and Rama Shankar. 4. Diversity and taxonomy of Cinnamomum members growing in North-East India with emphasis on foliar epidermal characters/Akhil Baruah, S.C. Nath and Champok L. Boissya. 5. Gene conservation of forest trees/M.S. Hooda and Deepak Chopra. 6. Diversity of higher plant wealth of pharmaceutical value of North-East India in context of conservation and sustainable use: a glimpse/Subhan C. Nath and Akhil Baruah. 7. Vascular epiphytes of Southern Western Ghats with special reference to endemic species/Stephen Sequiera and Muktesh Kumar. II. Forest conservation vis-a-vis soil and water conservation: 8. Influence of forest on hydrological parameters/P.P. Dabral. 9. Forest influences vis-a-vis soil and water conservation/Laxmi Rawat and B.G. Dabral. 10. Forest conservation vis-a-vis soil and water conservation/Saswati Paik and Tamal Pal. 11. Forest soil manipulation and management by earthworms/P.T. Ramesh, M. Ganesh Kumar and K. Gunathilagaraj. III. Multidisciplinary approaches of forest management: 12. Sustainable land use involving trees in the Himalayan region: perspectives and policy implications/N.S. Jodha. 13. Sustainable land use management through agroforestry with reference to watershed management/K.S. Dadhwal and K.R. Solanki. 14. Agroforestry for conservation of degraded ecosystems and food production in Kashmir Hills/A.H. Mughal, K.N. Qaisar and P.A. Khan. 15. Tree based farming system - an approach for sustainable production in hill agroecosystem of the Eastern Himalaya/Ram Chandra and Dinesh Kumar. 16. Agri-horti-forestry system and agro-bio diversity of Andaman and Nicobar Island/D.B. Singh, T.V.R.S. Sharma and M.A. Suryanarayana. 17. Interacted cultivation of poplar clones and sugarcane varieties in rainfed agroforestry/V.K. Chauhan and R.C. Dhiman. 18. Natural regeneration in silver fir and spruce forests of Western Himalayas-challenges in new millennium/Ombir Singh. 19. Afforestation techniques for greening degraded hills of Western Himalayas/S.D. Bhardwaj and Pankaj Panwar. 20. Problems and non-reproductive potential of forest tree seeds in Arunachal Pradesh/Sudhir P. Ahlawat. 21. Forest management in Malaysia - an overview/Tuck Y. Chin. 22. Management planning of forests - an ecological framework/A. Arunachalam, K. Arunachalam, P. Savita and K. Shrivastava. 23. Role of ecological succession in management of forest health/N.D. Singh and A. Arunachalam. 24. Mangrove ecosystem and its management/K. Kumaran, S. Chandrasekar and S. Umesh Kanna. IV. Participatory forest management: 25. Joint forest management - in retrospect and challenges ahead/S.K. Dhyani and Charan Singh. 26. A case role of NGOs in afforestation of village common lands: study in a tribal area in Gujarat/Kulbhushan Balooni and Katar Singh. V. Ethnobotany, rural development and forest conservation strategies: 27. Economically important forest species in tribal region of Madhya Pradesh/V. Nath, P.K. Shukla, Rajiv Rai and I.L. Pache. 28. Ethnobotanical aspects of some medicinal barks of forestry origin/S.A. Khan, J. Ahmad and S.H. Ansari. 29. Ethno-medico botany of the Shyams of Assam, India/M.L. Dutta and S.C. Nath. 30. Economic importance of Piper species of North-East India and its potential for introduction into agroforestry systems/Padma Raj Gajurel, P. Rethy and B. Singh. 31. Growing medicinal plants as economic produces in the agro and social forestry system in North-East India/A.K. Sannigrahi. 32. Resource management through horticulture for sustained productivity in Uttaranchal Hills, India/P.L. Saroj. 33. Traditional forest resource use and conservation practices of the tribals in Arunachal Pradesh/K.K. Sood, P. Rethy and. Seller Inventory # 49119

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Sunil Puri and Pankaj Panwar

Published by New India Pub (2007)

ISBN 10: 8189422626 ISBN 13: 9788189422622

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About this Item: New India Pub, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Foreword/J.S. Samra. Message/S.K. Dhyani. Preface. I. Agroforestry in India 1. How can we promote sustainability and development of agricultural lands through agroforestry practices some experiences from India/Sunil Puri and Pankaj Panwar. 2. Agroforestry research and extension efforts at national level/Pankaj Panwar. II. Agroforestry systems and practices in North West and Central India 3. An overview of agroforestry in Kashmir Valley/A.H. Mughal and M.A. Khan. 4. Agroforestry for sustainable development of agriculture in North Western Himalayas with reference to Jammu region/M. Saleem and L.M. Gupta. 5. Agroforestry systems in Himachal Pradesh/K.S. Verma and D.R. Bhardwaj. 6. Agroforestry in Uttaranchal/Salil Tewari Rajesh Kaushal and R. Purohit. 7. Promising Agroforestry practices in Punjab/H.S. Saralch Baljit Singh and S.K. Chauhan. 8. Agroforestry systems and practices in Haryana/D.P.S. Nandal and K.S. Bangarwa. 9. Agroforestry practices and systems in North Gujarat/S.N. Jamini and S.B.S. Tikka. 10. Agroforestry systems in Arid Region (Rajasthan) of India/L.N. Harsh and J.C. Tewari. 11. Status and scope of Agroforestry development in Eastern Part of Uttar Pradesh/B.S. Rana A.K. Saxena and A.K.S. Parihar. 12. Agroforestry in Eastern Uttar Pradesh/S.B. Lal. 13. Agroforestry systems and practices in Chhattisgarh/Sunil Puri. 14. Agroforestry systems in Madhya Pradesh potentialities possibilities and opportunities/S.D. Upadhyaya and Aashutosh Sharma. 15. Agroforestry system in Maharashtra/V.M. Ilorkar. III. Agroforestry Systems and practices in East North East and Southern India 16. Agroforestry systems and practices prevailing in Bihar/O.P. Chaturvedi and D.K. Das. 17. Agroforestry systems and practices in Jharkhand/M.S. Yadava and S.M. Sulaiman Quli. 18. Agroforestry systems and practices in West Bengal/Pankaj Panwar. 19. Agroforestry systems and practices in Orissa/A.K. Mohapatra N. Bhola and R.K. Patnaik. 20. Agroforestry systems and practices prevailing in Assam/A.A. Ahmed and D.N. Hazarika. 21. Agroforestry systems and practices prevailing in Meghalaya/J.M.S. Tomar K. Upadhaya O.P. Tripathi and H.N. Pandey. 22. Agroforestry systems and practices prevailing in Mizoram/U.K. Sahoo. 23. Agroforestry systems and practices prevailing in Arunachal Pradesh their constraints and potentials/Kamal Kishor Sood P. Handique and B. Singh. 24. Traditional homegardens in the humid tropics of North East India/S. Deb A. Arunachalam K. Arunachalam and S. Tangjang. 25. Structure and function of homegardens of Andaman and Nicobar India/C.B. Pandey and R.B. Rai. 26. Agroforestry systems and practices adopted in Andhra Pradesh/B. Sreemannarayana B. Joseph and L.G. Giri Rao. 27. Agroforestry systems of Karnataka an overview/B.N. Satish and C.G. Kushalappa. 28. Agroforestry systems and practices of Kerala/B. Mohan Kumar. 29. Agroforestry systems and practices in Tamil Nadu/M. Paramatama R. Jude Sudhagar and P. Rathakrishnan. IV. Allied topics related to agroforestry 30. Agroforestry Modelling/Ajit A.K. Handa and Uma. 31. Potential of medicinal and aromatic plants in Agroforestry systems/L.M. Gupta M. Saleem S.K. Gupta and Meenakshi Gupta. 32. Canopy management in Agroforestry options and strategies/P.S. Thakur and Anju Thakur. 33. Rural women in Agroforestry in North Western Himalayas/Vidya Thakur. 34. Bamboo based Agroforestry systems in India and their future potential/D.R. Bhardwaj. 35. Potential and strategies of Agroforestry interventions for rehabilitation of minespoil wastelands of Uttaranchal Himalaya/K.S. Dadhwal. 36. Tree breeding status and strategy for Agroforestry species in India/V.K. Gupta R.V. Kumar and S.P. Ahlawat. 37. Agroforestry for sustainability soil and water conservation strategy/Satyananda Patra and Calvin Fox. Index. Agroforestry is an age old practice throughout the world but its recognition as a science is nearly three decades old. The scientific and systematic research on tree crop interactions in India star. Seller Inventory # 66190

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