|Title||Results of a fodder tree elimination trial at community managed kharbari land in the low hills of Western Nepal|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1997|
|Authors||Paudel, K, C., Suwal, M R. S., and Adhikari B.|
|Journal||Working Paper - Lumle Agricultural Research Centre|
|Keywords||Artocarpus lakoocha, Brassaipsis hainla, Ficus auriculata, Ficus neriifolia, Ficus semicordata, Michelia champaca|
Six fodder tree species ( Ficus semicordata, Artocarpus lakoocha. F. neriifolia, F. auriculata, Michelia champaca and Brassaipsis hainla [ Brassaiopsis hainla ]) were planted at Sigana, Nepal in August 1992. Percentage survival and mean height were determined in July 1996. F. semicordata, F. neriifolia and M. champaca gave >90% survival and the best height growth, while survival in B. hainla was only 27%.