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Pratap Toppo Abhishek Raj M. K. Jhariya

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Chhattisgarh state has very diverse forest ecosystem and long history of traditional agroforestry. An agroforestry practice is location specific and depends on nature of agro-climatic zone. In Chhattisgarh, farmers are doing this farming practices based on fulfilling their diverse need and improvement of socioeconomic condition but still
data is insufficient to explore more agroforestry practices in the state. In this context, assessment of different agroforestry models gives not only sufficient data but also open a door for conservation of biological diversity.. Different models like’s Boundary plantations, Agri-silviculture system, Horti-silvicuture, Silvi-pasture, Kitchen garden and Block plantation are used by farmers in Dhamtari. All models are dependent on location characteristic, land use type, soil type, climate and market requirement. This paper highlights the different models of Agroforestry, specific model for the specific sites, lacuna in models faced by farmers and role of agroforestry models in socioeconomic upliftment.

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Keywords

Agroforestry system, Farming practices, Model, Land use

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Toppo, P., Raj, A., & Jhariya, M. K. (2016). Agroforestry systems practiced in Dhamtari district of Chhattisgarh, India. Journal of Applied and Natural Science, 8(4), 1850-1854. https://doi.org/10.31018/jans.v8i4.1052
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