Communal cash cropping among the Orokaiva

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Statement[by] R.G. Crocombe.
SeriesNew Guinea Research Unit bulletin, no. 4
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G.: Communal Cash Cropping Among the Orokaiva. May iii, 52 pp., map, figs. 5: HOGBIN, G. R.: A Survey of by a local leader who persuaded a number of villages to concentrate their population and organise the production of cash crops which are now sold to the Administration.

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Hogbin: Land, Work and Productivity at Inonda. Crocombe and G. Hogbin: Social Accounts of the Monetary Sector of the Territory of Papua and New Guinea, /57 to / R. White. Pages. "Community" is a word that suffuses Western discourse.

Its use is widespread in both popular and in the more specialized languages of anthropology and sociology. Though rich in meaning, "community" is yet often employed to arbitrarily bind people together 'from the outside'. Thus 'a community', 'peasant communities', and so on, refer to bounded entities that are there.

This thesis begins by. Rimoldi's study of Land Tenure and Land Use Among the Mount Lamington Orokaiva is at the same time the most extensive and the most intensive of the research monographs reviewed here. The study follows changes in Orokaiva life as these have come from general western contact and from the specific events of World War II and the catastrophic.

Communal Cash Cropping among the Orokaiva, sole author, New Guinea Research Bulletin No. 4, Australian National University, Canberra. 54 pp. Reprints & subsequently. Land, Work & Productivity at Inonda, joint author withNew Guinea Research Bulletin No.

2, Australian National University, Canberra. Reprints. The CRC Handbook of Alternative Cash Crops describes crop plants that can be grown as alternatives to cultivated crops, such as tobacco, and narcotic crops, such as opium poppy.

Material is presented in alphabetical order by genus and species and includes information on ecology, cultivation, harvesting, economics, and biotic factors. This book will be valuable to AID agents, domestic 3/5(1). The core of this book has been the oral testimonies of work and workers in three different occupations.

Communal Cash Cropping among the Orokaiva. Crocombe. ; The Erap Mechanical. Identification. "Orokaiva" is the name for a number of culturally similar tribes in Papua New Guinea who speak mutually intelligible dialects. Although the tribes did not have an inclusive name for themselves until "Orokaiva" was introduced by Westerners, they generally distinguished among themselves as the river people (umo-ke), saltwater people (eva'embo), and inland people (periho).

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A Survey of Indigenous Rubber Producers in the Kerema Bay Area. YORUBA WOMEN, CASH CROP PRODUCTION AND THE COLONIAL STATE, C Olatunji Ojo, York University, Toronto Presented at the conference on "Atlantic Crossings: Women's Voices, Women's Stories from the Caribbean and the Nigerian Hinterland", Dartmouth College, May 18.

Managing Cover Crops Profitably explores how and why cover crops work, and provides all the information needed to build cover crops into any farming operation. Along with detailed management information on the most commonly used species—including grasses, grains, brassicas and mustards, and legumes—Managing Cover Crops Profitably offers chapters on the role of cover crops in [ ].

Cash cropping of mainly tree crops, such as coconuts, cocoa, coffee, and some rice, was practiced by the indigenous population in both lowland and highland areas, although in the latter some pyrethrum (Pyrethrum cinerariifolium), passion fruit, tea, and some livestock were introduced.

an export crop is a cash crop that is ultimately exported from the country producing it.

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The major non-food cash crops that are exported are cocoa, coffee, fibre crops, rubber, tea and tobacco. In contrast, the term "food crop" usually refers to domestic production of. Zimbabwe remains the largest producer of tobacco in Africa and the sixth largest globally with tobacco now the critical cash crop for a wide swathe of farmers in ecological regions two and three.

A cash crop or profit crop is an agricultural crop which is grown to sell for profit. It is typically purchased by parties separate from a term is used to differentiate marketed crops from subsistence crops, which are those fed to the producer's own livestock or grown as food for the producer's earlier times cash crops were usually only a small (but vital) part of a farm's.

Cultural changes taking place among the Omie of the Mawoma Valley may be viewed in tandem with transformations in the wider region in which they live-as, for example, among the Orokaiva (Iteanu a,; Schwimmer ; Waddell.

Food Crop Production by Smallholder Farmers in Southern Africa: Challenges and Opportunities for Improvement evaluates traditional cultivation practices used by smallholder farmers, providing a synthesis of the latest information on increasing crop yield through adoption of research innovations.

The book catalogs smallholder cultivation. The cultural groups whose territory borders the Koiaris are the Orokaiva to the north-east, the Fuyuge to the north-west, and the Koita and Motu who live along the coast near Port Moresby.

The Koiari people once built their houses in the treetops and at the time of their first contact with Europeans in the s, were renowned for their ferocity. Households without cash crops tended to have a higher consumption expenditure and lower poverty than those with cash crops (fi gures 4 and 5).

Among the cash crop households, households with industrial crops experienced the highest expenditure growth rate during Figure 4. Per capita expenditure of households with and without cash crops. How long before other cash-strapped governments around the world follow suit.

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Our methodology. We scored some data on yearly harvested area, production weight and wholesale value for the most common food crops from the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, and used it.

How the Pathogen Spreads 0 The late blight pathogen produces spores (infective propagules) during cool, wet weather 0 Spores are microscopic and lemon-shaped 0 Moved by wind, especially during thunderstorms 0 Requires 12 hrs leaf wetness to infect (dew, mist, fog, rain) 0 days from infection to symptoms and production of new spores 0 Fragile, killed by hot dry weather and UV.Monocropping or sole cropping, which is the growing of a single crop on a piece of land, is common with cash crop farming while subsistence farming usually practices multiple cropping or mixed cropping.

In contrast to the aim of cash cropping, subsistence farming is practiced for sustenance, that is, for the food of the farmer and his family."A kg bag of maize sold between N8, and N10, before, is now sold between N14, to N16, depending on the location.

"Similarly, a 50 kg bag of local rice sold between N12, and N