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Implementation Land Rehabilitation

Prepare Mucuna seeds are good viability. On land will be rehabilitated tillage done at the beginning of the rainy season; when the rain has been quite seeding is done by ditugal. Can be used spacing of 20t x 20 cm each planting hole planted two seeds. Beginning with the TSP fertilizer as much as 25 tonnes / ha and after twenty Hulan usually Mucuna plants already looked lush.

The plants need to be allowed for 8 months, while beans are produced can be harvested. At the age of 8 months Mucuna plants cleared and forage material as mulch or buried in the soil during land preparation.
Grouping plants in a natural landscape (landscape)
Grouping plants in a natural landscape (landscape) follows the same water requirements so that irrigation can be grouped according to crop needs. Critical land conservation techniques such as is done by grouping plants that have similar water needs in the landscape. Grouping these plants will provide ease in setting water. Irrigation water applied only given according to the needs of the plant so water can be saved.
Figure 16. The landscape landscape

Landscape has a broad meaning, but lay people interpret the landscape as a garden or landscaping. Simonds (1983) stated the landscape is a landscape with particular characteristics that can be enjoyed by all human senses, with characters that blend naturally and harmoniously to strengthen the character of the landscape. In this case the human senses play an important role in sensing the landscape.

According to Morrow (1987) landscape is the earth’s surface that are not covered by the sea but it is narrower than that can be taken blink of the eye, including the cities and the countryside and wilderness, yard and garden, park and garden roof of the building, and can be classified as artificial human or natural. Some understanding of the landscape can be concluded that the landscape is a landscape or region as far as the eye can comprehend in a single view, including all the objects in it.

Simonds (1983) distinguishes the landscape into two main elements of the landscape and landscape support. The main landscape is a form of natural landscapes, features, power that is hard to change. The main form of natural landscapes such as mountains, valleys, coastal plains, lakes, oceans, and other components that dominated the topography; landscape features such as rain, snow, fog, and seasonal temperatures; as well as the strength of the landscape such as wind, tides, erosion, solar radiation, lightning, and gravity. For landscape supporting a landscape elements that are generally easy to change as the hills, forests, rivers, and swamps.