មានតែទិន្នន័យដែលបានប្រកាសជាសាធារណៈ ទើបអាចមើលឃើញ។

លទ្ធផលស្វែងរករបស់អ្នក (1279)

Runoff water harvesting for bananas
technologies

Runoff water harvesting for bananas [Uganda]

Run off water from a hill is harnessed and concentrated in a banana plantation using diversion and retention ditches respectively.

  • អ្នកចងក្រង៖ Alex Lwakuba
Afforestation /Tree planting
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Afforestation /Tree planting [Uganda]

Pine tree forests have been strategically planted on previously bare ridges and slopes to mitigate mass soil movement.

  • អ្នកចងក្រង៖ Wilson Bamwerinde
Animal manure use in a citrus orchard
technologies

Animal manure use in a citrus orchard [Uganda]

Application of animal manure on citrus trees (citrus sinensis) for improving soil productivity. Every beginning of season (March and August) 40 kg of animal manure are applied, 60 cm away from the tree trunk, using the ring method to improve soil fertility for increased yields and farm income.

  • អ្នកចងក្រង៖ Jalia Namakula
Reclamation of indigenous pastures for dairy farming
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Reclamation of indigenous pastures for dairy farming [Uganda]

Dairy cattle (Friesian) are grazed on indigenous pastures to promotes conservation of the indigenous grass species (guinea grass), which protects the soil against soil erosion and promotes biodiversity.

  • អ្នកចងក្រង៖ betty adoch
Intercropping Soya and Maize
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Intercropping Soya and Maize [Uganda]

Soybean (Glycine max) and maize (Zea Mays) and planted together in the same field to increase soil fertility, production and household income.

  • អ្នកចងក្រង៖ Kamugisha Rick Nelson
Intercropping Maize and Ground Nuts for Optimum Land Utilisation, Increased  Food Production, Household Income and Food Security
technologies

Intercropping Maize and Ground Nuts for Optimum Land ... [Uganda]

Improved maize (zea mays)-groundnuts (arachis hypogaea) optimum intercropping pattern is a technology promoted by IITA (International Institute for Tropical Agriculture) among small scale farmers through demonstrations /trials. It is promoted for improving food and income security and optimum land utilisation.

  • អ្នកចងក្រង៖ Jalia Namakula
Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR)
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Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) [Uganda]

Farmer-managed natural regeneration is a low-cost, sustainable land restoration technique involving the re-growth of trees from tree stumps and seedlings in the wild.

  • អ្នកចងក្រង៖ Bernard Fungo