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Thesis
2016-07
College of Forestry, Ranichauri campus, V.C.S.G Uttarakhand University of Horticulture and Forestry

Cedrus deodara is a majestic evergreen tree distributed in the Mediterranean region and the western Himalayas. It is native to the western Himalayas mainly in Afghanistan, Northern Pakistan, Northern India (Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand) and South-western (mostly Tibet and Western Nepal) occurring at 1,500–3,200 m (4,921–10,499 ft) altitude. It is a large evergr...

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Thesis
2016-07
College of Forestry, Ranichauri, V.C.S.G. Uttarakhand University of Horticulture and Forestry.

The present investigation was conducted in 9 villages of Chamba block, Tehri Garhwal lies between 1200 and 2000m asl. There were objectives of the study as 1. Assessment of plant species diversity under traditional agroforestry system, 2. Analysis of productivity potential of existing agroforestry systems, 3. Documentation of utilization pattern of woody species us...

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2016-08
College of Forestry, Ranichauri, V.C.S.G. Uttarakhand University of Horticulture and Forestry.

The study entitled “Evaluation of wheat-paddy cropping system under Poplar and Eucalyptus based agroforestry system” conducted during 2015-2016 in Haridwar and Dehradun district of Uttarakhand. The objectives were: to study the effect of open farming and poplar and eucalyptus based agroforestry system on soil properties, to study the morphological attributes of p...

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Thesis
2015-07
College of Forestry, Ranichauri Campus, V.C.S.G. Uttarakhand University of Horticulture and Forestry

Deodar is typically gregarious and is usually found in pure stands. It is one of the most important and valuable timbers of northern India. It occurs throughout the western Himalayas from Afghanistan to Garhwal up to the valley of the Dhauli below the Nitipass at an elevation ranging from 1200 to 3500 m, being most common from 1800 to 2600 m. Total area under Deoda...

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