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Growing vegetables in a nethouse to ward off insects
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Growing vegetables in a nethouse to ward off ... [Cambodia]

A nethouse is a structure that is enclosed by a nylon net (like mosquito nets) which protects vegetables from insects. Additionally, it prevents the vegetables from being damaged by rainfall wind and sunlight.

  • Compiler: Nary Lay
Using dry compost on paddy rice fields
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Using dry compost on paddy rice fields [Cambodia]

Dry compost is made from raw materials of cow manure, rice straw, rice husks, ash, leaves, waste from kitchen and water for application on paddy rice field to improveof soil quality and reduce chemical fertilizers.

  • Compiler: Navin Chea
Agroforestry-intercropping of peanut  between cashew nut trees in upland areas
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Agroforestry-intercropping of peanut between cashew nut trees in ... [Cambodia]

Intercropping of annual cropping (peanut) with cashew trees farm aims to fill the free space of land between cashew trees. This kind of crop cover prevents soil erosion and improves soil fertility. At the same time peanut cultivation is economically interesting for the farmers as it enjoys high market demand.

  • Compiler: Navin Chea
Home Garden (Pomelo, Lemon, Supplementary Crops)
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Home Garden (Pomelo, Lemon, Supplementary Crops) [Cambodia]

This technology involves the cultivation of crops around the house, including pomelos, lemons and other supplementary crops, with solely the application of cattle and chicken manure as fertilizer, whilst abstaining from the use of chemicals. The purpose of this technology is to obtain various products, generate a household income especially ...

  • Compiler: Be Gechkim
Forest Beekeeping
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Forest Beekeeping [Cameroon]

Apiculture (beekeeping) is a traditional practice providing a high number of non-timber forest products.

  • Compiler: Unknown User
Alliance Farming
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Alliance Farming [Cameroun]

Alliance farming refers to collaboration between crop farmers and pastoralists, who agree to use the same land and related resources (crop residues as fodder for pastoralists; dung as fertilizer for crop farmers) for their mutual benefit.

  • Compiler: Blasius Azuhnwi