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  1. TIST Kenya Newsletter - October 2014

    … We specifically choose Grevillea because we also wanted fodder for our animals especially during dry season. We have … tropical zones with a pronounced dry season Firewood, food, fodder, beeforage, windbreaks, mulch, ornamental, shade, … fairly welldrained soil Firewood, charcoal, poles, timber, fodder, bee forage, soil conservation, shade No …
  2. TIST Kenya Newsletter - October 2017

    … material • Fuel wood • Fruits and other food • Fodder • Soil stabilization • Soil fertility • … little space, control erosion, and can produce leaves for fodder or mulch.An example of hedging is to plant a row of … Managing trees on grazing land to provide wood and fodder. For example, in arid and semi-arid lands, consider …
  3. TIST India Newsletter - January 2021

    … way to recover is by planting native forage or grass, fodder for cattle, by planting indigenous tree species  … external inputs. Food crop can provide as animal feed/fodder for the livestock, and the livestock as fertilizer …
  4. TIST Kenya Newsletter - April 2013

    … Intercropping: Performs well when intercropped with fodder crops such as maize, sorghum and cowpeas. Guava can … are best.  Can also use grafts. Uses: Fuelwood, fruit, fodder, bee-forage, windbreaks, mulch, shade, soil … and the tree also produces good charcoal. Leaves make good fodder for livestock, and produce a good mulch that improves …
  5. TIST Kenya Newsletter - March 2018

    … material • Fuel wood • Fruits and other food • Fodder • Soil stabilization • Soil fertility • … little space, control erosion, and can produce leaves for fodder or mulch.An example of hedging is to plant a row of … Managing trees on grazing land to provide wood and fodder. For example, in arid and semi-arid lands, consider …
  6. TIST Kenya Newsletter - April 2014

    … Building material · Fuel wood · Fruits and other food · Fodder · Soil stabilization · Soil fertility ·  … little space, control erosion, and can produce leaves for fodder or mulch.An example of hedging is to plant a row of … Managing trees on grazing land to provide wood and fodder. For example, in arid and semi-arid lands, consider …
  7. TIST Kenya Newsletter - July 2013

    … - Building material - Fuel wood - Fruits and other food - Fodder - Soil stabilization - Soil fertility - Moisture … little space, control erosion, and can produce leaves for fodder or mulch.An example of hedging is to plant a row of … by managing trees on grazing land to help provide wood and fodder. 7. Woodlots: Small woodlots can be grown on unused …
  8. TIST Kenya Newsletter - January 2011

    … provide us with fruits and nuts. Luciner trees provide fodder for our cattle, and many other trees provide us with … tree's bitter leaves can be eaten as a vegetable or used as fodder. Twigs are used as chewsticks. Its flowers are … fields and provides shade for coffee.  Leaves are good fodder for cattle, goats, rabbits, and pigs. • Melia …
  9. TIST Kenya Newsletter - June 2015

    … contributing to our well-being include increased firewood, fodder for our animals, better crop yields through … today? What are benefits – domestic use/ selling? ü Fodder and Compost. Have you planted fodder crops in your farm since joining TIST? Are you …
  10. TIST Kenya Newsletter - November 2017

    … main olive products are olive oil and edible olives. • Fodder: The plants are much browsed on by livestock. Also … (Melia volkensii) This termite-resistant tree provides good fodder at the end of the dry season when other fodder may be scarce, and so can be valuable for TIST …