Global Advanced Research Journal of Agricultural Science (GARJAS) ISSN: 2315-5094
February 2017 Vol. 6(2): pp. 039-056
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Improvement, Rehabilitation and Productive Management of High Andean Prairies in the Province of Churcampa - Huancavelica, Perú

Fernán Cosme Chanamé  Zapata3*, Glodoaldo Álvarez Oré1, Kenny H. Velásquez Tristán1, Waldimar Pérez Torres2, Arturo Rubelo Cárdenas2, Juan Carlos Velásquez Mantari2, James Ramos Medina2, Carmen Turco Navarrete2, Saúl Espinoza Molina3

 

1Regional Government of Huancavelica, Churcampa Sub Regional Management

2Technical Team Responsible for Project Execution

3 Technical Team Responsible for the Publication

Email: fernan_chz@hotmail.com

Accepted 11 February, 2017

 

Abstract

Objective: To systematize the experiences of the Project: "Improvement, Rehabilitation and Productive Management of High Andean Prairies in the Province of Churcampa - Huancavelica". Methods: The field work began with a visit to the 14 sites and their respective communities intervened by the project, then the respective programming was carried out for the development of the corresponding activities in each site. For the location of the corresponding parcel, the thematic map of vegetation of the micro-basins was used, and with the help of the project managers, the respective sites were located. On the other hand, by using GPS the sampling zones were georeferenced for their respective location of the parcels making use of the ArcGis software, the equipment also allowed us to locate ourselves through the coordinates in the corresponding parcels of evaluation. Results: The reinforcement for prairie management, implementation of soil conservation practices, construction and rehabilitation of infiltration ditches, repopulation of natural pastures by cuttings, production of pasture grown in rainfed land, assessment of the range of cultivated pastures, determination of the yield of green fodder, the closure of pastures with livestock mesh, evaluation of natural pastures, afforestation at the head of micro-watersheds, forest plantations in silvo pasture, forest plantations in living fences, plantation management, underpinning of plantations and strengthening of capacities at the community level and training of promoters. Conclusions: It was possible to systematize the experiences of the Project "Improvement, Rehabilitation and Productive Management of High Andean Prairies in the Province of Churcampa - Huancavelica". 

Keywords: improvement, rehabilitation, productive management, Andean highlands.

 

 

Objective: To systematize the experiences of the Project: "Improvement, Rehabilitation and Productive Management of High Andean Prairies in the Province of Churcampa - Huancavelica". Methods: The field work began with a visit to the 14 sites and their respective communities intervened by the project, then the respective programming was carried out for the development of the corresponding activities in each site. For the location of the corresponding parcel, the thematic map of vegetation of the micro-basins was used, and with the help of the project managers, the respective sites were located. On the other hand, by using GPS the sampling zones were georeferenced for their respective location of the parcels making use of the ArcGis software, the equipment also allowed us to locate ourselves through the coordinates in the corresponding parcels of evaluation. Results: The reinforcement for prairie management, implementation of soil conservation practices, construction and rehabilitation of infiltration ditches, repopulation of natural pastures by cuttings, production of pasture grown in rainfed land, assessment of the range of cultivated pastures, determination of the yield of green fodder, the closure of pastures with livestock mesh, evaluation of natural pastures, afforestation at the head of micro-watersheds, forest plantations in silvo pasture, forest plantations in living fences, plantation management, underpinning of plantations and strengthening of capacities at the community level and training of promoters. Conclusions: It was possible to systematize the experiences of the Project "Improvement, Rehabilitation and Productive Management of High Andean Prairies in the Province of Churcampa - Huancavelica".

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