CSS :: Agro and Social Forestry Concept

1.  Agro-forestry and social forestry concept is:
A. An inter-disciplinary approach to systems of land use B. It implies an awareness of interactions and feedback between man and environment
C. Between demand and available resources in a given area D. Which - under certain conditions - require optimization and sustained management rather that ever-increasing exploitations
E. All of the above    

2.  Definitions and concepts of agro-forestry is:
A. Agro-forestry is a land-use system that involves socially and ecologically acceptable integration of tree with agricultural crops B. Agro-forestry is a sustainable land management system, which increases the over all yield of the land
C. Both (a) & (b) D. None of these

3.  Agro-forestry should be considered to be a generic term that embraces specific components:
A. Agri-silviculture: B. Silvopastoral
C. Agrosilvopastoral D. All of the above

4.  Components of an agro-forestry systems is:
A. However, more than the simple amalgamation of farming and forestry as already stated B. It requires new management practices and technologies
C. Which understand the complex interactions of the various components of the system D. All of the above

5.  Various components are:
A. Land B. Environment
C. Agricultural component D. Forestry component
E. All of the above    

6.  Social forestry is:
A. With the renewed interest in the role of trees for environmental conservation B. For meeting the day-to-day needs of the people in respect of various forest produce much has been written on the subject
C. Both (a) & (b) D. None of these

7.  The terms used for various programmes of extending tree cover to non-forestry areas, used rather loosely in Indo-Pak subcontinent are:
A. Social forestry, farm forestry, agroforestry B. Community forestry, environmental forestry, tree farming
C. Forest farming, village woodlots, small-scale forestry D. All of the above


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