• Wet Rubber and Fruit Agroforests
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  • Release time: 2022-03-21
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Peatlands are shaped by slow litter decomposition, but threshold decomposition rates that allow peat formation remain unclear. Can agroforestry in the tropics be compatible with paludiculture that allows peat formation? Researchers explored the determinants of litter decomposition in wet agroforests adjacent to tropical peatlands in Central Kalimantan (Indonesia) by litterbag studies (up to 16 weeks) with standing litter sources to estimate rate constants, characterize litter quality (especially lignin (L), polyphenolics (Pp) and nitrogen (N)), and monitor temperature and groundwater levels.

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Noordwijk, M.V.; Silvianingsih, Y.A.; Suprayogo, D.; Hairiah, K. Wet Rubber and Fruit Agroforests. Encyclopedia. Available online: https://encyclopedia.pub/video/video_detail/227 (accessed on 28 June 2022).
Noordwijk MV, Silvianingsih YA, Suprayogo D, Hairiah K. Wet Rubber and Fruit Agroforests. Encyclopedia. Available at: https://encyclopedia.pub/video/video_detail/227. Accessed June 28, 2022.
Noordwijk, Meine Van, Yosefin Ari Silvianingsih, Didik Suprayogo, Kurniatun Hairiah. "Wet Rubber and Fruit Agroforests," Encyclopedia, https://encyclopedia.pub/video/video_detail/227 (accessed June 28, 2022).
Noordwijk, M.V., Silvianingsih, Y.A., Suprayogo, D., & Hairiah, K. (2022, March 21). Wet Rubber and Fruit Agroforests. In Encyclopedia. https://encyclopedia.pub/video/video_detail/227
Noordwijk, Meine Van, et al. ''Wet Rubber and Fruit Agroforests.'' Encyclopedia. Web. 21 March, 2022.
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