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    BMP for Community Session 4 BMP for Community Session 4 Presentation Transcript

    • SESSION 4 PLANNING andIMPLEMENTATION
    • PLANNING and IMPLEMENTATIONC. CHOICE OF CROPSD. PLANNING FOR CROPDEVELOMENT
    • C. CHOICE OF CROPS
    • C1. CHOICE 1
    • Example of choice 1 Melaleuca
    • C2. CHOICE 2CROPS THAT NEED PEATLANDMODIFICATION
    • C2. CONSEQUENCES ofCROPS THAT NEED PEATLAND MODIFICATION
    • GUIDELINES FOR CHOOSING CROPS THAT NEED PEATLAND MODIFICATION
    • Bad example of burning peat
    • Crops suitability base on location River bank orPeat dome moderate elevation Low lying area Sea coastNot recommended Most Most Suitable for crop Not recommended Suitable for crop River or PEAT PEAT sea MINERAL SOIL
    • C2a. Low lying area
    • Example of fish farming
    • C2b. Moderate elevation areaSuitable for crops
    • C2c. Peat Dome
    • D. PLANNING OF CROP DEVELOPMENT
    • D1. TYPE OF CROPS
    • Guidelines for crop suitabilityFactors that must be considered:
    • D1. Soil water table for crops
    • D2. LAND PREPARATION SYSTEMA. DO 1. Land must be cleared of material susceptible to fire 2. Compaction of top peat layerB. DON’T 1. Do not plough the land 2. Do not burn the peat for any purpose
    • D2. Land preparation system
    • D3. PLANTING SYSTEM1.Monoculture2. Intercropping
    • D4. Water management system• D4a. Perimeter drain• D4b. Field drain interval, depth and width• D4c. Water control structure
    • Outflow Lower elevation Water control pointsSIMPLE LAYOUT OF DRAINAGE Perimeter drain Perimeter drain Filed drain Filed drain Perimeter drain Perimeter drain WATER pond Field drain Field drain 2012/7/6 Intake Perimeter drain Upper elevation
    • Influence of soil water table by open drain Drains spacing rainfall rainfall width width Ground level Drain depth Drain depthpeat Soil water table between drain peat Soil water table peat Before complete drainage After complete drainage 2012/7/6
    • D4a. Perimeter drain
    • D4b. Field drain Drain Drain width Field drain interval width Distance depend on type of crops50-75 cm 50-75 cm 50-75 cm depth Drain Peat above soil water table Peat below soil water table
    • D4c. Water control structures• Function as :
    • D4c. Example of simple water control structureCanal block - any material available on site like soilbags can also be used
    • D5. FIRE PREVENTION SYSTEM
    • D5. Fire Prevention
    • D5. FIRE PREVENTION SYSTEM
    • D. IMPORTANT STEPS REQUIRED FOR FARM DEVELOPMENT
    • D. GUIDELINES FOR FARM DEVELOPMENT
    • D. GUIDELINES FOR FARM DEVELOPMENT
    • PLEASE NOTE:
    • THANK YOUWE SINCERELY HOPETHESE SESSIONS ARE HELPFUL TO YOU