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Babassu palm in the agroforestry systems in Brazil's Mid-North region. Repositório Alice
MAY, P. H.; ANDERSON, A. B.; FRAZÃO, J. M. F.; BALICK, M. J..
Babassu palms (Orbignya spp.) cover nearly 200,000 km 2 in Brazil, providing cash income, fuel, fibre, edible oil and food to a large number of tenant farm households. Babassu is closely integrated within pastoral and shifting cultivation systems of Mid-North Brazil. In pastures, babassu provides shade for cattle, aids soil moisture retention, produces organic matter, generates supplementary farm income at little cost, and offers year-round employment. On the other hand, the persistence of juvenile palms reduces pasture grass productivity due to plant competition, and therefore there is a trend to eradicate babassu through clearcutting and understorey suppression. At moderate densities of less than 100 individuals per ha, mature babassu palms in cropland...
Tipo: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE) Palavras-chave: Babaçu; Sistema de produção.
Ano: 1985 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/handle/doc/955808
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Subsistence benefits from the babassu palm (Orbignya martiana). Repositório Alice
MAY, P. H.; ANDERSON, A. B.; BALICK, M. J.; FRAZÃO, J. M. F..
Stands of babassu palms (Orbignya martiana) occupy an area of Brazil estimated at nearly 200,000 km2, concentrated in the states of Maranhao, Piaui and Goias. Babassu's cryptogeal germination, establishing the apical meristem of the plant below ground for its early growth and development, enables it to survive human disturbance, making the palm an integral part of shifting cultivation and pastoral farming systems. People obtain a multitude of products from babassu throughout the palm's life cycle: leaves are used widely for thatch, basketry, and construction; trunks for palmito and bridges; the fruit for feed, oil and, charcoal. As many as 450,000 subsistence-level households rely on the sale of babassu kernels, used in a regional vegetable oil industry,...
Tipo: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE) Palavras-chave: Babaçu; Botânica.
Ano: 1985 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/handle/doc/955767
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