Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment | VOL. 22-23

33. Agroforestry and windbreaks

Publication Date Aug 1, 1988


Abstract Windbreaks designed to provide products in addition to shelter have the potential to make significant contributions to our energy and food supplies while reducing demands on non-renewable resources. Proper culture and timely tree harvest will maintain healthy windbreaks reducing the need for costly renovation or removal of decadent plantations. Research is needed to develop cultural systems, to breed and select improved genotypes of woody plants, to develop efficient harvest methods and to create and manufacture products from windbreaks which are marketable.


Manufacture Products Food Supplies Non-renewable Resources Genotypes Of Plants Efficient Methods Energy Supplies Tree Harvest Harvest Methods Cultural Systems Efficient Harvest

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