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Agroforestry - Small Landholder’s Tool for Climate Change Resiliency and Mitigation

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Academic Editor

Gopal Shukla
Gopal Shukla

North Eastern Hill University,
India

Co-editors

Sumit Chakravarty
Sumit Chakravarty

North Bengal Agricultural University,
India

Pankaj Panwar
Pankaj Panwar

Indian Institute of Soil and Water Conservation

Jahangir A. Bhat
Jahangir A. Bhat

Piramal University,
India

Published30 June 2021

Doi10.5772/intechopen.87650

ISBN978-1-83962-730-9

Print ISBN978-1-83962-729-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83962-731-6

Copyright year2021

Number of pages106

The book is a collection of chapters that deal with agroforestry systems on small farms. It compiles a variety of suitable agroforestry systems that can both sequester carbon and mitigate climate change while also providing socio-economic benefits. The book also discusses the ways in which small landholders can use agroforestry to combat land degradation.

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4. Agroforestry Trees for Fodder Production in Limpopo Province, South Africa

By Kingsley Kwabena Ayisi, Paulina Bopape-Mabapa and David Brown

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5. Potential and Opportunities of Agroforestry Practices in Combating Land Degradation

By Jag Mohan Singh Tomar, Akram Ahmed, Jahangeer A. Bhat, Rajesh Kaushal, Gopal Shukla and Raj kumar

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