Good Practices for Agrobiodiversity Management
Authors: Bal Krishna Joshi, Devendra Gauchan, Bharat Bhandari, Devra I. Jarvis
A good practice is a process or methodology or action that is effective and successful in achieving its objectives. It is inherently participatory; replicable and adaptable, that has been proven to work well and produce good results. This book documents 22 good practices of agrobiodiversity management either developed or refined during the project period (2014-2019) in Nepal. All these practices were implemented in the project sites in partnership with communities, discussed and shared among farmers and other stakeholders. Project team has also reviewed various literatures and validated with relevant experts while documenting these good practices. Some of them were totally new and therefore, are an outcome of the project.