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Volume 305, 2021RUBIS International Workshop on the Resilience of Rubber-based Agroforestry Systems in the Context of Global Change
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|Published online||23 September 2021|
An Overview and Future Outlook of Indonesian Agroforestry: a Bibliographic and Literature Review
Department of Silviculture, Faculty of Forestry, Universitas Gadjah Mada. Jl. Agro No. 1, Bulaksumur, Sleman 55281, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian agroforestry has been developed along the history, since been reported that home garden was practiced from 3,000 BC in Java Island. However, agroforestry practices were recognized to have less contribution to people welfare and environmental sustainability. Bibliometric and literature studies extracting baseline information from thousands of publications were done to analyse history and future projection of Indonesian agroforestry. Research and publication on Indonesian agroforestry is steadily increasing in number and quality. Topics related with traditional land use system and ecosystem services were frequently found, and therefore classified as motor themes. There were 16 most attractive commodities stated in the publications, including palm oil and rubber. Rubber agroforest was the only system that pay interest in several decades. There were many researches on indigenous agroforestry practices in the islands, but mostly (77%) concentrated in Java Island, especially studying private forest and home garden. The research on the issues of population pressure on forestland and efficient use of resources are the most popular topic in the decades. In the recent decade, broader theme of research was found including climate change and long-term livelihood. Based on the study, indigenous agroforestry is still important subject to study, but future roadmap of agroforestry must be developed by integrating forestry and agriculture approaches.
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