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Commercialization of homegardens in an Indonesian village: vegetation composition and functional changes
We examined structural and functional changes in the homegardens of Sukapura village, located in the upper Citarum Watershed of Indonesia, in relation to the increasing commercialization of
Traditional agroforestry in West Java: the Pekarangan (homegarden) and Kebun-Talun (annual-perennial rotation) cropping systems.
Indonesia is an archipelago of some 13,000 islands, a total land area of approximately two million km2• The total population is about 200 million and is increasing at 2.32 percent per year. The
Double Burden of Malnutrition in Rural West Java: Household-Level Analysis for Father-Child and Mother-Child Pairs and the Association with Dietary Intake
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Giving that the “High-animal products” dietary pattern was associated with the decreased risk of maternal-child double burden through a strong negative correlation with child Stunting, improving child stunting through adequate intake of animal products is critical to solve the problem of maternal and father-childdouble burden in Indonesia.
Commercialization of homegardens in an Indonesian village: Vegetation composition and functional changes
We examined structural and functional changes in the homegardens of Sukapura village, located in the upper Citarum Watershed of Indonesia, in relation to the increasing commercialization of
Traditional perennial crop-based agroforestry in West Java: the tradeoff between on-farm biodiversity and income
Agroforestry systems have been re-evaluated with a renewed scientific interest as appropriate models for achieving sustainable production while maintaining planned and associated biodiversity and
Short communication: Seagrass diversity and carbon sequestration: Case study on Pari Island, Jakarta Bay, Indonesia
Husodo T, Palabbi SDG, Abdoellah OS, Nurzaman M, Fitriani N, Partasasmita P. 2017. Seagrass diversity and carbon sequestration: Case study on Pari Island, Jakarta Bay, Indonesia. Biodiversitas 18:
Pesticide usage and its association with health symptoms among farmers in rural villages in West Java, Indonesia.
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Correlation analysis revealed that farmers who wore a long sleeve shirt and headgear showed health symptoms less frequently, and farmers who had skin contact with the spray solution during measuring or mixing, who wore wet clothing, and who smoked and rubbed their eyes during spraying showed more symptoms.
Kebon tatangkalan: a disappearing agroforest in the Upper Citarum Watershed, West Java, Indonesia
A comprehensive study was carried out on a typical indigenous agroforestry system, called kebon tatangkalan, in the changing agricultural landscape of the Upper Citarum Watershed, West Java,
Crop diversity and nutrition in west java
Small‐scale, subsistence agriculture in Java has an exceptional diversity of interplanted crops — a diversity that is declining as farm sizes decrease due to population growth and greater emphasis is
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