Study

Sustainable Coastal Livelihood: Integrated Mangrove Fishery Farming System (IMFFS). Final Report (October 2008 to December 2009).

  • Published source details Anon . (2010) Sustainable Coastal Livelihood: Integrated Mangrove Fishery Farming System (IMFFS). Final Report (October 2008 to December 2009).

Actions

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Action Category

Directly plant trees/shrubs: brackish/saline wetlands

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Marsh and Swamp Conservation
  1. Directly plant trees/shrubs: brackish/saline wetlands

    A study in 2006–2009 in an aquaculture pond undergoing restoration in southern India (Anon 2010) reported 100% survival of planted mangrove saplings after 45 months. Methods: A total of 2,050 mangrove saplings were planted along embankments in an abandoned fishpond: 1,723 Rhizophora spp. saplings in one lower row, and 327 grey mangrove Avicennia marina saplings in one upper row (precise water levels not clear). Within each row, saplings were 5 m apart. Survival was recorded in November 2009. The mangroves were part of a system to allow sustainable farming of fish and salt marsh vegetation. 

    (Summarised by: Nigel Taylor)

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