Detailing Commune Agro-Ecosystems Analysis
Province / District / Commune Takeo/ Bati/ Pea Ream Program/Project DAE
Date AEA * 10/05/2005
No. of Zoon 2 AEA completed True
Report completed True Date report completed 10/17/2005
Report sent to DEAFF True Date report send to DEAFF 10/20/2005
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 Lowland Middle Terrace Rainfall Pig Rice wine Flat Wet season paddy rice Mungbean, Cucumber, Some irrigation Seasonally inundated, Monocrop, Sequential multiple cropping, Residential/homestead area, Lowland middle terrace, Permanent agriculture, Prateah Lang loamy subsoil, Prateah Lang clayed subsoil, Prateah Lang Shallow,
2 Seasonally Flooded Zone Flood Gently sloping Dry season rice None, None, Mainly irrigated Seasonally inundated, Monocrop, Seasonally flooded, Lowland lower terrace, Permanent agriculture, Koktrap nonfertile,
# Priority key Questions Problems addressed Issues involved Discipline(s) involved Target group(s) Subsystem/enterprise System property
1 1 What action should be taken to make the canal system work? Low cash income, High input cost, Damaged irrigation system, Lack of water, Cooperate with NGOs, Cooperate with government department, Commune council action, Cooperate with private sector, Water User Community, Credit, Hydrology, Equitability, Productivity, Sustainability,
2 2 Are there any methodologies to improve soil fertility? Slow growth and development, Low soil fertility, Declining soil fertility, Soil chemical analysis, Fertiliser recommendations, Fertiliser trials, On-farm demonstration, Agronomy, Wet season rice, Productivity, Sustainability, Stability, Equitability,
3 3 Are there any methodologies to access the high yield rice varieties? Low market prices, Poor harvest quality, Low cash income, Poor quality seed, Inappropriate varieties, Field days, Study tour, Seed expansion, Variety trials, Farmer training, On-farm demonstration, Agronomy, Productivity, Stability,
4 4 What action should be taken to enable farmers know the rice growing techniques? Use of traditional practices, Inappropriate cultural practices, Lack of agricultural technique, Low cash income, Field days, Study tour, Farmer field schools, On-farm demonstration, Agronomy, Productivity, Sustainability, Equitability,
5 5 Are there any ways enable farmers know the pig raising techniques? Slow growth and development, Animal disease, High input cost, Low cash income, Farmer training, On-farm demonstration, Study tour, Animal nutrition, Animal husbandry, Animal health, Productivity, Sustainability,
6 6 What measure should be used to reduce the pig disease? Animal disease, Poor animal husbandry, Slow growth and development, Poor animal nutrition, High input cost, Poor harvest quality, Farmer training, Village veterinary, Animal vaccination, Animal husbandry, Animal nutrition, Animal health, Productivity, Stability,
7 7 What measure should be used to reduce the chicken disease? Poor animal husbandry, Poor pig breeds, High input cost, Slow growth and development, Animal disease, Farmer training, Village veterinary, Animal vaccination, Animal health, Animal nutrition, Animal husbandry, Poultry, Productivity, Stability,
8 8 Are there any solutions enable farmers access the knowledge of animal feed processing for pig and chicken ? Poor animal nutrition, Slow growth and development, High input cost, Low cash income, Product processing, On-farm demonstration, Farmer training, Forage crops, Business management, Vegetable crops, Entomology, Productivity, Sustainability,
9 9 What action should be taken to enable farmers access the fish raising techniques? Slow growth and development, High input cost, Fish mortality, Aquaculture, Fisheries, Fish, Productivity, Sustainability,
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