This new edition provides an update on the considerable amount of evidence...
By: Chin K Ong (Editor), Peter Huxley (Editor)
386 pages, illustrations, tables
Tree-Crop Interactions shows how the principles of crop physiology can be applied to the understanding of tree-crop interactions. |It is aimed at students, research workers, and practitioners in applied plant physiology and agroforestry.
- A framework for quantifying the various effects of tree-crop interactions
- mixed cropping of annuals and woody perennials - an analytical approach to productivity and management
- mulch and shade model for optimum alley cropping design depending on soil fertility
- principles of resource capture and utilization of light and water
- microclimate modifications in agroforestry
- the water balance of mixed trees and crops
- biological factors affecting form and function in woody/non-woody plant mixtures
- tree-crop interactions on slopes
- root distribution of trees and crops - competition and/or complementarity
- below ground improvements by improved fallows
- synthesis of tree-crop interface
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