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Published by Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University in Kyoto .

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  • Malaysia,
  • Sarawak.

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  • Rice -- Malaysia -- Sarawak.

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Statementby Kyoto University Team ; team members, Kazutake Kyuma ... [et al.].
SeriesDiscussion paper - Center for Southeast Asian Studies ; no. 96, Discussion paper (Kyōto Daigaku. Tōnan Ajia Kenkyū Sentā) ;, no. 96.
ContributionsKyūma, Kazutake., Kyōto Daigaku.
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LC ClassificationsSB191.R5 S76
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Paginationii, 76 p. :
Number of Pages76
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Open LibraryOL4172665M
LC Control Number80450055

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A case study was conducted to determine the obstacles to participation of peasants in a land development project in Sarawak, : Peter Songan. In Sarawak, Malaysia, the annual rate at which land is cleared for shifting cultivation by local people ranges f toha or 0,6 to % of the total.

Rice is an important staple food in Asia. However, modernization and rapid development have reduced and threatened the practice, especially maintaining traditional hill rice cultivation, as in this case study by the Iban in Kuala Tatau located in the largest state in Malaysia, called Sarawak.

It is important to understand the problems and challenges of this issue to ensure food security among Author: Daniel Ugih Echoh, Norizan Md Nor, Salfarina Abdul Gapor, Tarmiji Masron.

PRODUCTION OF ORGANIC OR ECO-RICE For generations farmers in Sarawak have been growing rice under what may be termed natural farming practices, and in some localities may be equated with organic farming.

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A Cultivation and agriculture in East Malaysia government report on shifting cultivation in Sarawak asserts that: the shifting cultivation system is an extremely fragile one and easily breaks down under the impact of population pressure.

The official website for Department of Agriculture Sarawak, Malaysia. varietal & fertilizer evaluation for large scale rice cultivation in Sarawak - hybrid rice evaluation in collaboration with Agritech (S) (b) Smallholders The laboratory provides analytical services support for research on crops and soils in the State.

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It is experiencing a rapid expansion of oil palm plantations which have led to growing conflicts with the indigenous peoples. The. A paddy field is a flooded parcel of arable land used for growing semiaquatic crops, most notably rice and originates from the Neolithic rice-farming cultures of the Yangtze River basin in southern China, associated with pre-Austronesian and Hmong-Mien cultures.

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“The BR1M 2 payout, additional pension, book. Subsistence agriculture based on the shifting cultivation of upland rice is still widely practised in Sarawak. It has been estimated that the average rice yield in was Ib paddy/ac. In trials in the selected upland rice cv. Sebulu A, Paya Ulu and Sait B yielded an average ofand Ib paddy/ac.-E.B.O.

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There is evidence that the crop could give reasonable returns, and organized production on a large scale could be lucrative. HOKI: Farming Operations and Labor Requirements for Paddy Cultivation in Sarawak 3.

Weeding Rampant weed growth is a major problem to a wet paddy farmer. Climatic conditions are favorable for continuous weed growth throughout the year, since Sarawak receives occasional rainfalls even during the dry season. Yet due to a lack of irriga­. Site selection methods for shifting cultivation of the Iban were studied at five longhouses in the Mujong River area of Sarawak, Malaysia with special reference to their knowledge of secondar y vegetation.

Shifting cultivation practices in the area were more intense than reported in previous studies and were conducted with one-time cropping of upland rice followed by about a 2−10 year fallow.

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Value of plant genetic resources for food and agriculture (PGRFA) in Malaysia 15 State of diversity of fruit genetic resources 15 Durian 15 Citrus 16 Pulasan (Nephelium ramboutan-ake) 16 Kuini (Mangifera odorata) 16 Species diversity of other Mangifera (Anacardiacea) Abstract: A comprehensive analysis and study on the Dayak Bidayuhs, amember indigenous group in the State of Sarawak - their hopes and inspirations, fears and concerns and their fate and future in a rapidly growing and progressive Malaysia.

form of rotational (shifting) agriculture, combined with wet padi, tapioca, fruits and vegetables. An increasing number of them cultivate cash crops.

In Sarawak, the rural indigenous population also practise rotational cultivation with an emphasis on hill rice. The Status of Paddy and Rice and Rice Industry in Malaysia 1. The Status of the Paddy and Rice Industry in Malaysia Sarena Che Omar Ashraf Shaharudin Siti Aiysyah Tumin The State of Food in Malaysia Date: 10 April Venue: Mercu UEM 2.

Bidayuh is the collective name for several indigenous groups found in southern Sarawak, Malaysia and northern West Kalimantan, Indonesia, on the island of Borneo, that are broadly similar in language and culture (see also issues below). The name Bidayuh means 'inhabitants of land'. Originally from the western part of Borneo, the collective name Land Dayak was first used during the period of.

The paper focuses on rainforest degradation in Sarawak during the rapid economic development of the state since the late s. Evidence from government statistics, satellite and cartographic data, together with the responses of interviewees in rural areas, indicate that forest degradation is due not only to the activities of commercial timber companies, but also to those of rural communities.

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For the Ibans of Sarawak, hill rice cultivation formed the core of their religious system. Padi cultivation has now been largely abandoned and this has affected every aspect of contemporary Iban life. Study Sponsored by Sarawak Land Consolidation and Rehabilitation Authority, Kuching, Sarawak, Ahmad Mahdzan Ayob, Abu Hassan Md Isa, Noran Fauziah Yaakub, Douglas Tayan and Tonga Noweg, Benchmark Study of the Proposed SALCRA Bau-Lundu Oil Palm Project, Sarawak: Perception, Attitudes and Levels of Living.

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The plots (10 x 10 m2) were burned with vegetation biomass (fuel) amounting to 0 (control),and Mg ha-1 for. Introducing the Cultivation of Medicinal Plants and Wild Fruits in Forest Rehabilitation Operations on Former Shifting Cultivation Sites in Sarawak Malaysia: Issues and Challenges Hua Seng LEE* Abstract One of the threats to the practice of sustainable forest management in Sarawak is shifting cultivation.

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demand of the state throughout the year, due to the occurrence of unexpected flooding during the wetter months of December to February. This research study focuses on proposing the potential options of water supply resources and management practices for Sarawak in future.

K.CHAPTER: 1 – INTRODUCTION Introduction Shifting cultivation commonly known as Jhumming is one of the most ancient system of farming believed to have originated in the Neolithic period around B.C (Borthakur, D.N.

). It is also alternatively called as Slash and Burn method of cultivation. The mediated production of ethnicity and nationalism among the Iban of Sarawak (II), The AJN Richards Collection at the Centre for Academic Information Services (CAIS), Universiti Malaysia Sarawak.

Transformation of the Iban land use system in post independence Sarawak.

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