Interventions to minimise nutrient losses from bari land (rain-fed upland) in the middle hills of the Western Development Region of Nepal.

Abstract

Bari land (rain-fed upland) in Nepal is increasingly becoming a focus of concern in terms of soil fertility decline and management. This chapter describes participatory research that was undertaken in three contrasting agroecological regions in order to develop soil and water management interventions that control erosion without resulting in high leaching and so are effective in minimising total nutrient losses.

Citation

Acharya, G.P., Tripathi, B.P. and McDonald, M.A (2005) Interventions to minimise nutrient losses from bari land (rain-fed upland) in the middle hills of the Western Development Region of Nepal. pp 191- 208 (Chapter 14) in Stocking, M., Helleman, H. and White, R (eds) Renewable natural resources management for mountain communities. Kathmandu, Nepal: ICIMOD.

Interventions to minimise nutrient losses from bari land (rain-fed upland) in the middle hills of the Western Development Region of Nepal.

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