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Artículos de revistas y libros
Diciembre 1992
Sudán
Burkina Faso
Zimbabwe

Los tcnicos forestales y los administradores de recursos naturales entendieron muy poco y mal los mltiples usos que los campesinos hicieron de las formaciones forestales en el curso de los milenios, ampliamente documentados en un artculo sobre las tcnicas de ordenacin de tierras arboladas aparecido en el nmero 160 de Unasylva.

Legislación
Mayo 1992
Zimbabwe

An Act to empower the President and other authorities to acquire land and other immovable property compulsorily in certain circumstances; to make special provision for the compensation payable for agricultural land required for resettlement purposes;to provide for the establishment of the Derelict Land Board;to provide for thedeclaration and acquisition of derelict land;and to provide for matte

Enero 1992
Zimbabwe
África subsahariana

This paper is concerned with understanding cattle production in Zimbabwe's Communal Lands, in so-called communal farming systems. Although commercial offtake from Zimbabwe's communal cattle herd is low, communal farmers are productive and rational in their cattle herd management.

Artículos de revistas y libros
Diciembre 1991
Francia
Zambia
Afganistán
Zimbabwe
Australia
Grecia
Guinea
Etiopía
Pakistán
Colombia
Panamá
Kenya
Jordania
Filipinas
Libia
Italia
Botswana
Países Bajos
Argentina
Sudán
Europa
Asia
África
América Septentrional

Extensive grazing is the predominant form of land use on at least a quarter of the world’s land surface, in which livestock are raised on food that comes mainly from rangelands. Extensive grazing differs from crop or forestry production, in which the produce remains in situ whilst growing.

Enero 1990
Zimbabwe
África subsahariana

In their recent paper, de Leeuw and Tothill (1990) discussed the shortcomings of estimating carrying capacity (CC) of pastoral systems in Africa. They noted the difficulty of determining available forage per animal due to high annual and spatial variability in plant production, seasonal changes in forage quantity and quality, livestock species mix, and the use of supplemental feeds.

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