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  • noun A forest used for agroforestry (combination of forest and agriculture)

Etymologies

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Blend of agriculture and forest

Examples

  • I am involved every day in helping producers make decisions concerning the use of fertilizers and agroforest chemicals.

    Is it safe to eat fish especially catfish from farm ponds that hold runoff from crop fields?

  • I am involved every day in helping producers make decisions concerning the use of fertilizers and agroforest chemicals.

    Is it safe to eat fish especially catfish from farm ponds that hold runoff from crop fields?

  • Most of the remaining land is grassland, agroforest, or secondary vegetation.

    Palau tropical moist forests

  • Step 9: Harvest your agroforest products regularly.

    Chapter 7

  • Ensure sufficient supply of planting materials for your agroforest farm by setting up your own nursery.

    Chapter 7

  • If adaptability of species are established, assess how the species may be integrated with crops in the agroforest farms.

    Chapter 19

  • Table 14 shows information relevant for the integration of tree and shrub species in agroforest farm.

    Chapter 19

  • "With the premise of reconciling agroforest production" for the domestic and foreign market, and "maintaining sustainable farming activity that is also sustainable over time, preserving water and soil," producing second-generation biofuels is "a viable option" for Chile, Iván Nazif, director of the governmental Office for Agrarian Policy and Research, said in a Tierramérica interview.

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  • MessageProceedings of the workshopList of participantsCurrent program thrusts in upland developmentTrees and their managementSustainable agroforest land technology (Salt-3) Outplanting seedlingsTree pruning and careBagging of young fruitsEstablishing bamboo farmsPhilippine bamboo species: Their characteristics, uses and propagationGrowing rattanGrowing anahawGrowing buriShelterbeltsBank stabilizationAssessing the usefulness of indigenous and locally adapted trees for agroforestryA guide for the inventory, identification and screening of native plant species with potential for agroforestryFruit trees for harsh environmentsCitrus productionJackfruit productionMango productionMiddle to high understory shade tolerant cropsLow understory shade-tolerant cropsConserving available fuelwoodMiddle to high understory shade tolerant crops

    Chapter 24

  • MessageProceedings of the workshopList of participantsCurrent program thrusts in upland developmentTrees and their managementSustainable agroforest land technology (Salt-3) Outplanting seedlingsTree pruning and careBagging of young fruitsEstablishing bamboo farmsPhilippine bamboo species: Their characteristics, uses and propagationGrowing rattanGrowing anahawGrowing buriShelterbeltsBank stabilizationAssessing the usefulness of indigenous and locally adapted trees for agroforestryA guide for the inventory, identification and screening of native plant species with potential for agroforestryFruit trees for harsh environmentsCitrus productionJackfruit productionMango productionMiddle to high understory shade tolerant cropsLow understory shade-tolerant cropsConserving available fuelwoodCurrent program thrusts in upland development

    Chapter 5

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