មានតែទិន្នន័យដែលបានប្រកាសជាសាធារណៈ ទើបអាចមើលឃើញ។

លទ្ធផលស្វែងរករបស់អ្នក (1410)

Mound plantation in coastal area with non-mangrove plant species for land stabilization
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Mound plantation in coastal area with non-mangrove plant … [Bangladesh]

Mound plantation with non-mangrove species to transform mono-culture plantations subsequently into more ecologically resilient, mixed species plantations and as well as to accelerate natural processes of accretion and land stabilization in coastal areas.

  • អ្នកចងក្រង៖ Fazlay Arafat
Marshy land transformed into productive land
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Marshy land transformed into productive land [Bangladesh]

Marshy land is transformed into a ridge and ditch area, where the ridges are wide enough for the nursery of diverse plants and seedlings and where after 6-8 years the yearly management practices the land got strong enough for various agricultural practices (i.e. guava, hog plum, plums and timber wood …

  • អ្នកចងក្រង៖ Rahatul Islam
Soil Conservation Through Bench Terrace Technology in Highly Degradable Hilly Slopy Areas of Bangladesh
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Soil Conservation Through Bench Terrace Technology in Highly … [Bangladesh]

Bench terraces are a soil and water conservation measure used on sloping land with relatively deep soils to retain water and control erosion. They are normally constructed by cutting and filling to produce a series of level steps or benches. This allows water to infiltrate slowly into the soil. Bench …

  • អ្នកចងក្រង៖ Md Babul Hossain
Pond Sand Filter (PSF) with Raised Embankment
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Pond Sand Filter (PSF) with Raised Embankment [Bangladesh]

The combination of pond sand filters (PSF) and raised pond embankments protect drinking water sources and increase the resilience to flood and tidal surge events in low-lying coastal areas.

  • អ្នកចងក្រង៖ John Brogan
Keyhole Garden
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Keyhole Garden [Bangladesh]

The Keyhole Garden model of homestead vegetable cultivation enhances the resilience of families living in areas with climate-related hazards, such as flooding and drought. Keyhole gardens have been shown to increase vegetable production in all seasons, thereby improving household food autonomy and dietary diversity.

  • អ្នកចងក្រង៖ John Brogan
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.

  • អ្នកចងក្រង៖ Abdul Gafur