Mechanization of transplanting shrubs seedlings and contours laser guiding for Vallerani system

Published Date
January 31, 2011
Type
Book Chapter
Mechanization of transplanting shrubs seedlings and contours laser guiding for Vallerani system
Authors:
Issa Gammoh
Theib Oweis

In relevance to the project objectives and expected outputs, the reported research aimed at introducing a mechanized transplanting technique to the WH system to reduce costs and time of establishment of fodder shrubs, thus improving overall system capacity and making large-scale implementation more feasible. Therefore, the expected output is to improve WH and re-vegetation techniques with less cost and time of establishment for fodder shrubs.

Citation:
Issa Gammoh, Theib Oweis. (31/1/2011). Mechanization of transplanting shrubs seedlings and contours laser guiding for Vallerani system, in "Water Benchmarks of CWANA- Rehabilitation and integrated management of dry rangelands environments with water harvesting - Number 9". Aleppo, Syria: University of Jordan.
Keywords:
rangeland
socioeconomics
benchmark sites
rangeland rehabilitation
soil
water
drought
land use
livestock
mechanization
farming systems
water harvesting
natural resources
impact assessment