Alternative land use

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  • The issue of livelihood security has been a question of relevance for the planners, policy makers and researchers. Therefore, it is imperative to develop most suitable land use options for agriculture for livelihood security of the millions of small and marginal farmers’ world over. Taking the issue of livelihood security at centre stage an attempt was made in this study to address this question with the development of alternate land use options for different soil series of the study area.

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  • The present study deals with the application of remote sensing and GIS for mapping of land resources of Nagenahalli watershed in Bangalore rural district of Karnataka. Base maps, google earth images, toposheets and satellite imagery (1:12,500 scale) collected from Karnataka State Remote Sensing Application Centre, Bangalore have been used in the study. Maps on various themes, viz., land use, drainage, soil, slope, depth etc. have been generated using aforementioned satellite data coupled with ground truth.

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  • Major rice-wheat growing soils of Upper Gangetic Plains, India were studied and evaluated by considering soil-site characteristics by using qualitative and quantitative methods. The qualitative method employed were USDA land capability classification and land suitability classification, while the quantitative evaluation method includes Riquier's parametric approach. The land evaluation methods indicated that information on production potential of soils provide a basis for comparison among different soils.

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  • Urban agriculture is significant to the history of the City of Detroit, from ribbon farms to Mayor Pingree’s famous potato patches of the nineteenth century, victory gardens to gardening angels of the twentieth century and a burgeoning of garden network capacity to gardening programs in the twenty-first century.

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  • The U.S Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, and where applicable, sex, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, political beliefs, reprisal, or because all or a part of an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance program. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.

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  • The agricultural sector faces daunting challenges because of climate change, particularly amidst increasing global water scarcity, which threatens irrigated lowland rice production. By 2025, 15-20 million ha of irrigated rice is estimated to suffer from some degree of scarcity. Rice systems provide a major source of calories for more than half of the world‟s population; however, they also use more water than other major crops. Irrigated lowland rice not only consumes more water but also causes wastage of water resulting in degradation of land.

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  • The limitation of land in urban area leads to the existence of land slowly omitted and changed to be functioned room. The additional room itself will be reducing thermal comfort in the house.

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  • A long-term field experiment was conducted to design and implement alternative production systems with increased resource use efficiency, productivity and to determine the effect of tillage systems and mineral fertilizers on soil organic carbon patterns. This experiment intended to evaluate the effects of these management strategies on soil structural formation and structural stabilization of a sandy loam soil. The shift from puddled - transplanted rice on the flat land to raised bed systems affects the productivity and resource use efficiency of the rice-wheat system.

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  • In India, major Agroforestry systems are estimated to cover 25.32 million ha. That is approximate 8.32% of total geographic area of country. Agrosilviculture practice includes alley cropping, multiple cropping and inters cropping. Aquasilvicultures, e.g. tree-fish-arable crop and tree-fish-livestock systems, are alternatives for land use in the wetlands. Agri-Silvopastoral systems are popular in the southern region (Home garden in Kerala).

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  • A field experiment was conducted on medium black soil to study the production potential and economics of Bt. cotton based intercropping system under rain fed condition at Dry Farming Research Station, Junagadh Agricultural University, Targhadia, Gujarat during kharif- 2015-16 to 2018-19.

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  • Research in tropical forestry is confronted with the task of finding strategies to alleviate pressure on remaining forests, and techniques to enhance forest regeneration and restore abandoned lands, using productive alternatives that can be attractive to local human populations. In addition, sustainable forestry in tropical countries must be supported by adequate policies to promote and maintain specific activities at local and regional scales.

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  • Meaning, nature and scope of environmental economics; Environmental concerns- concept of environmental degradation, estimation of economic losses due to environmental degradation and adjustment measures, comparative advantage/disadvantage of alternative technologies on environment and sustainability, environmental policy analysis. Agricultural development and its effect on ecology and environment; Elements of environmental degradation in agriculture-Sub-optimal land use practices like.

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  • As the land use planning system does not extendoffshore,the policies set out in PPS 22 do not apply to developments for offshore renewable energy,although they do apply to related secondarydevelopments constructed onshore,such as sub-stations and temporary construction facilities,for which planning permission will be required.The Department ofTrade and Industry is the leadGovernment department for the consents procedurefor the development of offshore wind developments,coordinating applications through its OffshoreRenewables Consents Unit.

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  • We measured and tested whether the following variables affect walking (basis: 200m buffer around each child's shortest walking path): number of busy intersections crossed, intersection and street density, total daily vehicle-miles traveled, average vehicle speed along the route, population density, and land use (R Wilson, 2008). Sidewalk coverage data do not exist for Roseville and could not be tested in the model. We refined the model through systematic testing of independent variables as the differ- ence in log-likelihood ratios.

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  • The current water shortage in Egypt is 13.5 Billion cubic meter per year (BCM/yr) and is expected to continuously increase. Currently, this water shortage is compensated by drainage reuse which consequently deteriorates the water quality. Therefore, this research was commenced with the objective of assessing different scenarios for 2025 using the Water Evaluation and Planning (WEAP) model and by implementing different water sufficiency measures. Field data were assembled and analyzed, and different planning alternatives were proposed and tested in order to design three future scenarios.

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  • Water is a critical input for productivity enhancement especially of field crops. Its judicious and optimum use is needed utmost for realizing higher resource use efficiency and plugging gaps in production. Key technological interventions, which could alter or rectify the usage pattern or strategies in freshwater utilization in agriculture, are the need of the hour. Precision water management approach could help in conserving and making more-efficient use of scarce water resources through integrated management combined with selected external inputs/technologies.

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  • Alternate methods are required to fulfil the demand of the ever-growing population as the natural resources such as land and water available for agriculture are limited. Rapid urbanization has resulted in a huge number of people leaving behind agricultural and thus shortage of workers is encountered during peak seasons. The alternate methods are expected to give higher productivity compared to the traditional cultural practices while retaining the advantages of these traditional practices. A lot of research work has been done on the automation of these cultural operations.

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  • ‘Time to get hired’ is a step-by-step booklet that helps you to understand what it takes to land a new job through alternative channels that applying as a response to a job ad. We will cover how to approach recruitment and employment agencies, how to use your network and how to submit unsolicited applications. Finally we will prepare you for the interview. Our vision is to make it easier for you and help you find a new job as quickly as possible. Students that are about to graduate often don’t quite know how best to approach job-hunting. Being a jobseeker can be...

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  • The degradation of soil wellbeing is one of the most important predicaments to the farming community. There are several reasons for the loss of soil health. One among such issue is uncontrolled use of chemical fertilizers in agriculture ultimately worsen physical, chemical and biological properties of soil. Consequently, alternate solutions to overcome soil degradation, especially agricultural land, the natural way of farming came into existence. The concept of organic farming is mainly to utilize biofertilizers, farmyard manure, compost, vermicompost, green manuring, panchakavya, etc.

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  • Sustainable Sugarcane Initiative (SSI) is one of the advanced methods of sugarcane cultivation technique which involves the use of less seed setts, water, land, labour and optimum utilization of fertilizers to achieve maximum potential yield. The SSI is an alternative to conventional method of sugarcane cultivation. The field demonstrations were conducted in farmer’s field at five different locations to study the effect of sustainable sugarcane initiative and conventional sugarcane cultivation under drip irrigation system during 2017–2018.

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