Adaptation Actions

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55 - Thoroughly inspect all bullock fencing before a cyclone to cut out any living branches on posts (i.e. purao fences)
56 - Avoid corrosive fencing materials (i.e. barb wire)
57 - Allow glycine to grow over barbed wire fences to provide a physical barrier to salt exposure
128 - Preserve Taro suckers in household nurseries
129 - Collect taro seeds and sow to encourage new varieties, maintain biodiversity, and find climate resistant strains.
130 - Practice Tissue Culture in research stations to preserve genetic diversity and climate resilient varieties
131 - Bury planting materials to preserve them during dry and hot times
132 - Utilize store bought/chemicals fertilizers to enhance productivity
132 - Utilize store bought/chemicals fertilizers to enhance productivity
133 - Utilize custom fertilizers and manures to enhance productivity
134 - Utilize all parts of vegetables (e.g. pumpkin fruit and leaf tops, sutsut fruit and shoots)
134 - Utilize all parts of vegetables (e.g. pumpkin fruit and leaf tops, sutsut fruit and shoots)
135 - Utilize traditional vegetable crops (ferns or vines)
136 - Take stock of and re-promote traditional foods
137 - Introduce freshwater namarai to stagnant pools
138 - Physically move animals from drying streams to others that are running
139 - Channel water from consistent source for sensitive animals in drying pools
140 - Clean water sources of debris/obstruction to allow flow of water to drying aquatic habitats
141 - Build water storage areas (dams etc) for vulnerable species
142 - Establish protected areas/tabus to control other threats to drought stressed animals and plants