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Slope erosion control using wooden pile walls
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Slope erosion control using wooden pile walls [Armenia]

Small horizontal wooden structures and terraces on eroded slopes built to mitigate sheet or rill erosion and slow down water run-off. The technology is easy to apply and efficient to mitigate erosion processes of the upper soil layer and to stop small rock falls.

  • Compiler: Hanns Kirchmeir
Ecograze
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Ecograze [Australia]

An ecologically sound and practical grazing management system, based on rotation and wet season resting.

  • Compiler: Andrew Ash
Green cane trash blanket
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Green cane trash blanket [Australia]

Elimination of burning as a pre-harvest treatment of sugar cane, and managing the resultant trash as a protective blanket to give multiple on and off-site benefits.

  • Compiler: Anthony J. Webster
Alternate wetting and drying (AWD) method in rice cultivation
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Alternate wetting and drying (AWD) method in rice ... [Bangladesh]

Alternative Drying and Wetting (AWD) is a practice in rice cultivation which decrease water use, while having no impact on rice yield. It also decreases the amount of methane into the atmosphere and fuel consumption of water pumps.

  • Compiler: Mutasim Billah
Multipurpose Earthen Dam
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Multipurpose Earthen Dam [Bangladesh]

Artificial earthen dam constructed in the narrow valley of the hills for water harvesting, aquaculture, house hold uses and irrigation.

  • Compiler: Sankar Paul
Mainstreaming river water to facilitate irrigation in Barind
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Mainstreaming river water to facilitate irrigation in Barind [Bangladesh]

The technology promotes the lifting of river water by pump sets and conveys the water through buried pipelines to a canal. The conserved canal water is used for irrigation delivered by low lift pumps (LLP). Because water is held in the canal it revitalises the ecosystem along its length. Furthermore, ...

  • Compiler: Jalal Uddin Md. Shoaib
Traditional Shifting Cultivation
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Traditional Shifting Cultivation [Bangladesh]

Traditional shifting cultivation is a rain-fed cultivation practice of the trible people of CHT (Chittagong Hill Tracts) for their subsistence, where natural vegetation is cleared off by slash-and-burn, to grow mixed annual crop for one year and then the land is left fallow for 3-5 years for natural regeneration.

  • Compiler: Abdul Gafur