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ARMY (US) CRITICAL AREA REVEGETATION
ESTABLISHMENT STRATEGIES (ARMY CARES)
PUBLIC WORKS TECHNICAL BULLETIN 200-1-72
30 SEPTEMBER 2011
Vetiver Wastewater Treatment / Disposal, & Carbon Sequestration
Chemical Engineering Research
Poster Award Winning Research (Australian Water Association)
School of Engineering, Edith Cowan University, 270 Joondalup Drive, Joondalup, Perth, WA 6027, Australia
Runoff capture through vegetative barriers and planting
methodologies to reduce erosion, and improve soil moisture,
fertility and crop productivity in southern Orissa, India
article (2010) by Anchal Dass • Susama Sudhishri • N. K. Lenka • U. S. Patnaik
Technical Note: Vetiver Can Grow on Coal Fly Ash Without DNA Damage Rajarshi Chakraborty a & Anita Mukherjee a
a Centre of Advanced Study in Cell and Chromosome Research, Department of Botany , University of Calcutta , Kolkata, IndiaPublished online: 13 Aug 2010.
Design Principles and Engineering Samples of Applying Vetiver
Eco-engineering Technology for Steep Slope and River Bank
Stabilisation
Paper by Chengchun K1, Ziyuan Feng, Xijing Wu, and Figen Tu
THE APPLICATION STANDARD AND MODEL OF VETIVER
GRASS TECHNOLOGY IN CHINA
Paper by Ziyuan Feng1 Hanping Xia2
(1. Guangzhou Vetiver Eco- Science and Technique Co. ltd.; 2. South China Botanical
Farmers’ awareness of the potential of vetiver grass for soil erosion control
n Ogbomoso Agricultural Zone farm lands, south‑western Nigeria
Paper By E. A. Ewetola1*, G. E. Fanifosi2 , A. A. Ezekiel2, A. A. Adetona1, F. M. Oyewole1, N. M. Onatoye1, I. T. Idowu1
and A. K. Akinniku1
Earliest known botanical drawing of vetiver Drawing and connected data