SALIBU Rice Ratoon Cropping Systems : Unprecedented and sustainable high-yield rice-ratooning with the lowest use of time and resources : Perennial rice cultivation using low-position ratoons

ISSN 13413899
書誌レコードID(総合目録DB) AN10538429

Table of contents

    • Foreword, p.i
    • Acknowledgment, p.iii
    • Table of contents, p.v
    • Introduction — SALIBU rice ratoon cropping systems defeat the common knowledge of conventional ratooning, p.1
    • Our mission for ensuring to feed the future world population sustainably, p.1
    • Role of rice in the world, p.1
    • Another mission: ending hunger and eradicating poverty in developing regions, p.2
    • Solving the two missions and many problems at once — SALIBU rice ratoon cropping systems, p.4
    • Erdiman’s Challenge, p.5
    • Outline and purpose of this book, p.6

PART ONE: Technological introduction on the SALIBU rice ratoon cropping systems

    • Chapter 1: Review of studies on rice ratooning, p.9
    • Morphology, physiology and ratoon development earliness, p.10
    • Varietal potentiality, tillering capacity, and main crop growth duration, p.10
    • Harvest timing of the main crop and cutting height of the stubble, p.11
    • Water and fertilizer management, p.12
    • Differences between the traditional ratoon cropping and SALIBU rice ratoon cropping systems, p.13
    • Chapter 2: Encounter with SALIBU rice ratoon cropping systems and the launch of a research project, p.21
    • A fateful encounter with the SALIBU ratoon cropping systems and Mr. Erdiman, p.21
    • The first business trip report, p.22
    • Launching the research project on the SALIBU rice ratoon cropping systems, p. 23
    • Chapter 3: Beginning of joint research, p.25
    • Mr. Erdiman’s approach in Sumatra, p.25
    • Technology transfer from Sumatra to overseas for the first time, p.26
    • Field Survey in West Sumatra Province (May 2017), p.28

PART TWO: Studies on SALIBU rice ratoon cropping systems in three countries

    • Chapter 4: Change of yield in consecutive nine crops in large open-air pots – Myanmar I, p.31
    • Approach and method, p.31
    • Results and discussion, p.33
    • Conclusion and recommendations, p.35
    • Chapter 5: Comparison of water productivity by field cultivation test – Myanmar II, p.36
    • Introduction, p.36
    • Research methods, p.37
    • Results, p.41
    • Conclusion and recommendations, p.43
    • Additional cultivation tests to compare the different ways of cutting stems at harvest — number of times, timing, and position, p.45
    • Research methods, p.45
    • Results and discussion, p.48
    • Conclusion and recommendations, p.50
    • Chapter 6: Comparative field cultivation test for 33 cultivars- Myanmar III, p.52
    • Introduction, p.52
    • Materials and Methods, p.52
    • Data Gathering, p.59
    • Results and Discussion, p.60
    • Considerations and trial selection of suitable varieties for SALIBU cropping systems, p.65
    • Conclusion, p.68
    • Chapter 7: Introducing combine harvester into the field trial for 11 rice varieties and a cultivation test in a farmer’s field – Myanmar IV, p.71
    • Introducing a combine harvester into the field trial for 11 rice varieties, p.71
    • Materials and methods, p.72
    • Results and discussion, p.73
    • Conclusion and recommendations, p.80
    • Supplementary cultivation test in a farmer's field, p.81
    • Chapter 8: Profitability of SALIBU rice ratoon cropping systems - Indonesia, p.85
    • Introduction, p.85
    • SALIBU technology and using agricultural resources efficiently, p.88
    • Field experiments involving SALIBU technology in Indonesia, p.89
    • Profitability of SALIBU technology, p.92
    • Conclusion and recommendations, p.96
    • Chapter 9: Comparison of water productivity by field cultivation test – Ghana I, p.97
    • Introduction, p.97
    • Methods, p.99
    • Data collection, p.103
    • Results and discussion, p.104
    • Conclusion, p.109
    • Recommendations, p.109
    • Chapter 10: Cultivation by farmers in rain-fed paddy fields – Ghana II, p.111
    • Description of site, p.111
    • Methodology, p.111
    • Data collection and results, p.112
    • Conclusion and recommendations, p.113
    • Chapter 11: Farmer-Based Organizations — Ghana III, p.116
    • Introduction, p.116
    • Rice value chain in Ghana, p.116
    • Current status of rice farmers in Ghana, p.120
    • Current status of agricultural extension delivery services in Ghana, p.123
    • Establishment of the field study formation in Ghana, p.124
    • Policy target: Autonomous technology up-taking by FBOs with high centripetal force, p.127
    • Strengthening rice farmers’ FBO: Jointly invest funds in FBO and use them as collateral to get a loan from a bank to jointly purchase agricultural machinery, p.129
    • Results Achieved, p.135
    • Chapter 12: General considerations and conclusions, p.137
    • Characteristics of SALIBU rice ratoon cropping systems considering plant physiology, p.137
    • Conclusion and recommendations, p.138
    • Other points to keep in mind for the practical application of SALIBU rice ratoon cropping systems, p.139
    • Annex 1, p.142
    • References, p.158
    • Postscript, p.163
    • About authors with photos, p.164
作成者 Kazumi Yamaoka Erdiman Khin Mar Htay Joseph Ofori Resfa Fitri Kyaw Myaing Naing Kyi Win Kofi Kutame Gabriel Owusu Harjito
公開者 Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences
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言語 eng