Detailing Commune Agro-Ecosystems Analysis
Province / District / Commune Kandal/ Ponhea Lueu/ Phsar Daek Program/Project DAE
Date AEA * 08/02/2005
No. of Zoon 3 AEA completed True
Report completed True Date report completed 08/31/2005
Report sent to DEAFF True Date report send to DEAFF 09/02/2005
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 Upland zone Rice wine Steep Wet season paddy rice Fruit trees, None, Mainly Rainfed Not inundated, Plantation crop, Residential/homestead area, Upland, Natural forest and shrubland, Plantation forest, Labansiek nonpetroferric, Bakan,
2 Lowland Middle Terrace Pig Rice wine Gently sloping Wet season paddy rice Fruit trees, None, Mainly Rainfed Not inundated, Monocrop, Plantation crop, Residential/homestead area, Lowland middle terrace, Permanent agriculture, Prey Khmer course sandy,
3 Lowland Lower Terrace Flood Rice wine Cattle Gently sloping Dry season rice None, None, Mainly irrigated Seasonally inundated, Monocrop, Lowland lower terrace, Permanent agriculture, Kbal Po nonthionic,
# Priority key Questions Problems addressed Issues involved Discipline(s) involved Target group(s) Subsystem/enterprise System property
1 1 Are there any ways enable farmers get the high quality rice varieties in the lowland middle terrace wet season rice and lowland lower terrace dry season rice? Use of traditional practices, Lack of seeds/planting materials, Farmer training, Seed expansion, Media program, Soil science, Agronomy, Farmer group(s) affected, Stability, Productivity, Sustainability, Equitability,
2 2 Are there any methodologies to better improve soil quaility in lowland middle terrace for wet season rice? Lack of animal manure, Low soil fertility, Farmer training, On-farm demonstration, Fertiliser recommendations, Agronomy, Farmer group(s) affected, Wet season rice, Sustainability, Equitability, Productivity, Stability,
3 3 To deliver the animal raising techniques to farmers in upland and lowland middle terrace wet season rice, how should we do? Poor animal husbandry, Lack of agricultural technique, Use of traditional practices, Farmer training, Animal health, Farmer group(s) affected, Productivity, Stability, Sustainability, Equitability,
4 4 Are there any measures to crack down inundated- forest clearance be own land plot possessed in lowland lower terrace dry season rice? Small landholding size, Media program, Farmer training, Fisheries, Natural resources management, Local governance, Farmer group(s) affected, Forest, Sustainability, Productivity, Equitability,
5 5 What action should be taken to enable farmers get the rice growing techniques and obtaining good experiences in rice farming in the lowland middle terrace wet season rice and lowland lower terrace dry season rice? Lack of agricultural technique, Use of traditional practices, Farmer field schools, On-farm demonstration, Farmer training, Agronomy, Farmer group(s) affected, Sustainability, Productivity, Equitability, Stability,
6 6 Are there any measures to prevent the illegal fishing in the lowland middle terrace wet season rice and lowland lower terrace dry season rice? Low cash income, Over-fishing, Lack of fish, Media program, Fisheries, Farmer group(s) affected, Fish, Sustainability, Productivity, Equitability,
7 7 What action should be taken to enable farmers in the upland and lowland middle terrace wet season rice get the good quality fruit tree seeds? Lack of agricultural technique, Lack of seeds/planting materials, Low cash income, Seed expansion, Farmer training, Agronomy, Farmer group(s) affected, Fruit trees, Sustainability, Productivity, Equitability,
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