INDIGENOUS AGROFORESTY BIBLIOGRAPHIC REPORT The Center for Indigenous Knowledge for Agriculture and Rural Development

Gerard Mckiernan gerrymck at iastate.edu
Sat Jan 8 17:16:01 EST 1994


   Mathias-Mundy, Evelyn, Olivia Muchena, Gerard McKiernan, Paul Mundy
Indigenous technical knowledge of private tree management: a bibliographic
report. Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University, Technology and Social Change
Program, 1992. 175pp. + index (Bibliographies in technology and social
change, no. 7) [ISBN 0-945271-30-1] $ 18 + S/H ($ 2.00 (DOMESTIC) ; $ 3.00
(INTERNATIONAL)).

   Selected sections for the work are listed below:

                TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. INTRODUCTION
	
2. TREE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
	Shifting cultivation
	Multistory systems
	Homegardens
	Trees in fields
	Fencerows
3. PLANNING AND SELECTING
	Choice of trees
	Planting site
	Spatial arrangements
	Vertical arrangements
	Intercropping
	Possitive associations
	Negative associations
4. PLANTING AND PROPAGATION
	Seeds
	Nurseries
	Grafting
	Layering
5. GROWING AND MAINTENANCE
	Coppicing, pollarding and pruning
	Fertilizing and mulching
	Pest control
	Biological control 
6. PRODUCTION AND HARVESTING
	Pollination and ripening of fruits
	Protection of fruits
	Harvesting
	Tapping
7. CONSERVATION THROUGH LAW AND RELIGION
	Traditional law
	Ownership and user rights
	Religion and taboos 

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Preparation of the work was supported with assistance from the Food and Agriculture 
Organization of the United Nations (FAO),

A complete list of other publications on indigenous knowledge systems and
practices prepared by CIKARD is available on request.

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Gerry McKiernan
Center for Indigenous Knowledge for Agriculture and Rural Development
(CIKARD)
324 Curtiss Hall
Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011
			      gerrymck at iastate.edu
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Distribution: world
Organization: Iowa State University, Ames, IA
Keywords: indigenous knowledge, forestry, Asia, Africa, Latin America,
bibliography

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Gerry McKiernan
gerrymck at iastate.edu



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