Ana Primavesi Manejo Ecologico Del Suelo Pdf 27
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In this article, the Ephemeral Forest Garden (EFG) study first established by Ana Primavesi will be referred to. An EFG combines, among other vegetation types, trees and shrubs. Establish an EFG is done by creating and maintaining a natural, varied, and permanent plant community (Walters, et al. 2002). The design of the EFG exclusively consists of: (1) shrubs and trees interspersed with patches of herbaceous meadows, and (2) a mulch of optimal plant material, such as composted manure, straw, sallow, leaf mold, and soil from the bottom and sides of the container (Haimes, et al. 2009). This arrangement of plant material creates a varied plant community in which herbaceous plants may survive and grow well. This experimental agroecosystem was designed to simulate the native seasonal forests of the Atlantic Rainforest biome. The study focused on the diversity of trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants. This diverse and perennialized forest was rich in useful resources for the production and management of sustainable low-input agriculture (Walters & Ana Primavesi, 2006).
Agroecology practices are located in the emergent green movement in the New World. It is the "ecology of peoples" and of farmers, with people embodied and people in the field. In recent years, agroecology has become at a more consolidated base in terms of the emergence of centers of research, as the most representative are the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville and the University of Maine, as well as the International Centre for Tropical Agroecology of the University of Hawaii.
The international symposium in Puerto Rico following the 5th Session at COP-7, was a landmark in the spreading of this endeavor in Latin America. Prominent scientists and agroecologists attended, bringing up to date the science of soil fertility and agroecology. 7211a4ac4a