Social and Farm Forestry BSc Agriculture ICAR E-Course PDF Download
Download the Agriculture E-Course pdf of Social and Farm Forestry for B.Sc. Agriculture. PDF of Social and Farm Forestry e-Krishi Shiksha pdf for B.Sc. Agriculture is systematically arranged with a content index.
Name of Topic in E-Course pdf of Social and Farm Forestry for B.Sc. Agriculture.
- Role of forests – productive role – food, fuel, clothing, shelter, timber and non-timber forest produce and protective role – climate amelioration, soil and water conservation, habitat for wildlife, purification of atmosphere.
- Status of Indian forests – Comparison with other countries, National Forest Policy, 1988
- Agroforestry – definition – different terminologies – components – the distinction between agroforestry and social forestry. Benefits and constraints of agroforestry
- Classification of agroforestry systems on a structural, functional, socioeconomic, and ecological basis
- Agrisilvicultural systems – improved fallow species in shifting cultivation, taungya system, multi-species tree garden, alley cropping, multipurpose trees and shrubs on farmlands, crop combinations with plantation crops, fuel wood plantations
- Shelter belts, windbreaks, soil conservation hedges
- Silvopastoral system – protein bank, live fence of fodder and hedges and trees and shrubs on pasture
- Agrisilvipastural systems – homestead, woody hedgerows for browse, mulch, green manure, soil conservation – other systems
- Planning in agroforestry – Diagnosis, and Design
- Agroforestry systems for seven agro-climatic zones in Tamil Nadu
- Role of trees in soil fertility – Economics of agroforestry
- Community forestry – the evolution of social forestry concepts – Social forestry in Tamil Nadu, Interface forestry – JFM, TAP
- Wasteland development – definition – extent, and classification. Suitable trees for problem soils – planting technique for wastelands. Trees in soil and water conservation. Afforestation for sand dune stabilization, mine burden, coastal and hilly areas
- Silvicultural practices for Teak, Eucalyptus and Tamarind
- Silvicultural practices for Ailanthus, Neem, Pungam and Prosopis
- Silvicultural practices for Casuarina Silk cotton, Acacias, and Bamboo
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