By O M Akinyemi
This publication examines construction potency and monetary merits of agricultural construction platforms, evaluating either natural and standard structures. ailments and pest outbreaks are regarded into with a view of recommending the correct tools of keep watch over. Definition of land and its makes use of are mentioned. components affecting soil formation and strategies of replenishing misplaced foodstuff are enumerated in an try and train scholars and farmers at the glossy strategies of holding soil food with out environmental destruction. Experiments performed on soil to enquire the consequences and elements affecting foodstuff mineralization were defined. Descriptions of woodland bushes were given to give an explanation for their roles in financial growth. equipment of planting, principles and laws applied through groups, states and international locations also are mentioned. This publication seriously studies the results of agricultural chemical compounds on soil organisms and different agricultural practices.
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I) Types of Forests State-owned Forests State-owned forests are exclusively preserved for the purpose of future development. In some countries, these types of forests arc only the relic forests available. However, in the face of increasing population and economic recession, these types of forests are controlled under mounting pressure by the State Ministry of Agriculture as increase population requires some of the forest product. States should draw up work plans for forests and follow up the operations such as silvicultural activities, harvesting, law enforcement, revenue collection, granting concessions, etc.
It stretches from southern Senegal, covering 75% of the total area from Guinea to Ghana, with the centre located in Nigeria. Its f-egetation is identified by tall grasses and short trees. Its annual rainfall ranges from 1,500 mm in the south and about 1,000 mm in the north (Akinsanmi, 1994). The area has about four to six months of dry season and six to eight months of rain. The Sudan savannah is found in the northern part of the Guinea savannah. It spans from West Africa through Senegal, to northern Nigeria.
Adjusting the dimension to reach a lasting period may be incompactable with sustainabilityin some parts of the world (Marsh, 1997). Adjustment of these dimensions must take into consideration the environment which is the fundamental factor affecting food production. The environment has become a major constraint to agriculturalprogress. Fundamentally, agricultural environment should be able to support sustainability; environment is a prerequisite for social and agricultural sustainability. Redclift (1987)claims that poverty reduction is the primary goal of sustainable development, even prior to addressing environmental quality.