2 edition of technical guide for forest nursery management in the Caribbean and Latin America found in the catalog.
technical guide for forest nursery management in the Caribbean and Latin America
L. H. Liegel
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in New Orleans, La
Written in English
|Statement||Leon H. Liegel and Charles R. Venator.|
|Series||General technical report SO -- 67.|
|Contributions||Venator, Charles R., Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 156 p. :|
|Number of Pages||156|
Though many systems have been developed for describing forest types of the Caribbean, the most widely used system was developed for tropical America by J. S. Beard in He proposed a vegetation classification system based on floristics, physiognomy, and habitat. Region Latin America & Caribbean; Disclosure Date /10/08 Disclosure Status Disclosed Doc Name Colombia - LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN- P Forest Conservation and Sustainability in the Heart of the Colombian Amazon - Procurement Plan.
Wadsworth, Frank H. Montane forest management in the insular Caribbean. General Technical Report IITF-GTR Río Piedras, PR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, International Institute of Tropical Forestry. 29 p. Two elevations—above m and above m—define the montane forests of the Caribbean islands. Sustainable woodfuel Production in Latin America I. Preface Across the globe, of every hectares of forest lost between the years and , nearly 65 were in Latin America and the Caribbean. During this period, the proportion of total land surface covered by natural forests in the Mesoamerica region (southern Mexico.
In December , Colombia’s President Juan Manual Santos made a historic commitment to Colombia’s conservation efforts, promising to expand the National Protected Area System by million hectares. The government of Colombia is also pursuing expansive rural development that aligns with its peace accord with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). To . Scientists and community members in Puerto Rico recently celebrated 75 years of tropical forestry research with a diamond jubilee of festivities. Last month, the International Institute of Tropical Forestry (IITF) hosted an urban field trip, where participants explored several field stations within and around the Río Piedras River watershed in San Juan, Puerto Rico, to .
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Technical guide for forest nursery management in the Caribbean and Latin America. New Orleans, La.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource.
A Technical Guide for Forest Nursery Management in the Caribbean and Latin America. Gen. Tech. Rep. SO New Orleans, LA: U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station.
Posted Date: January 1, ; Modified Date: Aug Cited by: Liegel, L.H., C.R. Venator. A Technical Guide for Forest Management in the Caribbean and Latin America. Institute of Tropical Forestry in cooperation with the University of Puerto Rico. University of British Columbia. UBC Guide to Gardening in British Columbia.
The Botanical Gardens. The Faculty of Agricultural Size: KB. A technical guide for forest nursery management in the Caribbean and Latin America By L.H. Liegel, C.R. Venator and LA (USA).
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General Technical Report SO, US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service: vii + pp., illustr. Lutzenberger, J.A. ().Cited by: The main challenge for Latin America and the Caribbean is to address deforestation, which has declined in recent years but still remains high.
Encouragingly, by contrast, the forest area designated for the conservation of biodiversity in the region has grown by 3 million hectares per year since Central America and Mexico Resources Cooperative, North Carolina State an illustrated technical guide and training manual. International Labour L.H.
and Venator, C.R. A technical guide for forest nursery management in the Caribbean and Latin America. Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agric., Gen. Tech. Report SO. Fresh and foreign: A complete guide to marketing produce from the Caribbean and Latin America.
W.A. Williams. Graham, A. Historical phytogeography of the Greater Antilles. Brit Brittonia, 55(4), – Hawthorne, W. Caribbean Spice Island Plants: Trees, Shrubs and Climbers of Grenada, Carriacou and Petit. Seedlings of three economically important and ecologicallydifferent native hardwoods, Cordia alliodora (Boraginaceae),Hyeronima alchorneoides (Euphorbiaceae), and Calophyllumbrasiliense (Clusiaceae), were grown in Rootrainers® (abook-type container), paper pots, and plastic bags filled witheither soil, soil with fertilizer, or compost substrates.
Aftertransplanting in the field. from published literature, to produce an invaluable technical guide. Good tree nursery practices for research nurseries is more than a checklist of do’s and don’t’s for nursery managers and researchers. It presents concise but thorough information on all aspects of raising high-quality planting stock, with lists of contacts and nursery.
A Technical Guide for Forest Nursery Management in the Caribbean and Latin America Comprehensive summary of forest nursery practices for the Caribbean, tropical Latin America, and, to a lesser degree, other tropical areas in the world. Download this file: Download this file — PDF document, Kb Details.
This collaborative initiative supports the development and establishment of a Regional Network of Model Forests in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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Final Report 6 LIST OF ACRONYMS A/R Afforestation and Reforestation. Forest management chemicals: a guide to use when considering pesticides for forest management. () AH Forest nursery diseases in the United States. () AH Forest nursery pests. () AH Forest nursery practice in the Lake States.
() AH Forest owner's guide to timber investments, the federal income tax, and tax. The aim of this exploratory, descriptive study was to identify the current state of APN regulation, education, and practice in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) and the potential for development of this role, particularly in the provision of PHC.
To do so, the survey was conducted in 26 countries in the LAC region. private forest owners, and management of the National Forests and national grasslands, it some cases, too technical for a lay audience. In response, this book was written to include a mixture of technical and applied information that a diverse reading audi- For these reasons, this guide is relevant throughout the Caribbean region.
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NURSERY MANAGEMENT There are several recommended operations and activities while carrying out proper management of a tree nursery; Watering The regular supply of clean water is essential to plant growth. Plants are made out of more than 90% water. When grown in containers plants do not have the.
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Latin American and Caribbean countries, 26% explicitly propose agroforestry as a solution in their NDCs, slightly lower than the global figure for developing countries (40%). Four of the seven countries that have registered agroforestry-based NAMAs are in Latin America or the Caribbean (Costa Rica, Colombia and the Dominican Republic).Region Latin America & Caribbean; Disclosure Date /11/13 Disclosure Status Disclosed Doc Name Colombia - LATIN AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN- P Forest Conservation and Sustainability in the Heart of the Colombian Amazon - Procurement Plan.The Tropical Hardwood Tree Improvement and Regeneration Center (HTIRC) is a collaborative tropical regional research, development and technology transfer effort between industry, university, private, state and federal entities to advance tree improvement of central hardwoods for increased forest productivity in hardwood restoration and reforestation programs.