Detailing Commune Agro-Ecosystems Analysis
Province / District / Commune Pursat/ Bakan/ Ta Lou Program/Project DAE
Date AEA * 09/28/2005
No. of Zoon 4 AEA completed True
Report completed True Date report completed 10/25/2005
Report sent to DEAFF True Date report send to DEAFF 11/08/2005
Report available in English False

 

List of Zoon
# Descriptions Status

# Name Zoon Type of Inundation Major income source Second income source Third income source Topography Dominant crop Second Crop Third crop Water Source Hydrology Cropping system Land type Landuse Soil Group
1 Highland zone Steep NTFP None, None, Mainly Rainfed Not inundated, Highland, Natural Resource Conservation, Natural forest and shrubland, No soils identified,
2 Upland zone Rice wine Steep NTFP None, None, Mainly Rainfed Not inundated, Upland, Natural Resource Conservation, Natural forest and shrubland, No soils identified,
3 Lowland Upper Terrace Rainfall Gently sloping Wet season paddy rice Sugar cane, Cassava, Some irrigation Seasonally inundated, Sequential multiple cropping, Mixed crop, Residential/homestead area, Lowland upper terrace, Natural forest and shrubland, Permanent agriculture, Prateah Lang Shallow,
4 Lowland Middle Terrace Rainfall Flat Wet season paddy rice Vegetables, Cassava, Mainly irrigated Seasonally inundated, Mixed crop, Sequential multiple cropping, Residential/homestead area, Lowland middle terrace, Permanent agriculture, Prateah Lang loamy subsoil,
# Priority key Questions Problems addressed Issues involved Discipline(s) involved Target group(s) Subsystem/enterprise System property
1 1 Are there any ways increase the wet season rice yield from 1.8- 3 tons/ha? Use of traditional practices, Inappropriate varieties, Slow growth and development, Study tour, Farmer training, On-farm demonstration, Agronomy, Wet season rice, Sustainability, Equitability, Productivity, Stability,
2 2 Are there any methodologies to improve soil be better fertility? Poor harvest quality, Low soil fertility, Declining soil fertility, Fertiliser recommendations, Farmer training, On-farm demonstration, Agronomy, Soil science, Productivity, Sustainability, Equitability,
3 3 Are there any methodologies so that farmers understand appropriate-family vegetable growing techniques? Poor harvest quality, Low cash income, Inappropriate cultural practices, Farmer training, On-farm demonstration, Agronomy, Vegetable crops, Farmer group(s) affected, Sustainability, Equitability, Productivity,
4 4 Are there any methodologies so that farmers understand chicken raising techniques? Animal disease, Poor animal husbandry, Farmer training, Village veterinary, On-farm demonstration, Animal vaccination, Animal health, Animal husbandry, Farmer group(s) affected, Poultry, Sustainability, Equitability, Productivity,
5 5 Are there any methodologies enable farmers know the pig raising techniques? Poor animal husbandry, Animal disease, Farmer training, On-farm demonstration, Animal vaccination, Village veterinary, Animal health, Animal husbandry, Pig fattening, Productivity, Equitability,
6 6 Are there any ways enable farmers access the high yield modern rice varieties? Inappropriate varieties, Poor quality seed, Media program, Seed expansion, Farmer training, On-farm demonstration, Agronomy, Plant breeding, Farmer group(s) affected, Wet season rice, Productivity, Equitability, Sustainability,
7 7 Are there any ways to reduce the dead rate of cattle by diseases? Animal disease, Poor animal husbandry, Farmer training, On-farm demonstration, Animal vaccination, Animal husbandry, Animal health, Cattle, Stability, Equitability, Productivity,
8 8 Are there any methodologies enable farmers know the appropriated chemical fertiliser using techniques? Soil erosion, Inappropriate fertiliser use, Low soil fertility, Fertiliser recommendations, Fertiliser trials, Farmer training, On-farm demonstration, Soil science, Agronomy, Farmer group(s) affected, Wet season rice, Productivity, Equitability,
# Information Status
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