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The Theory and Practice of Agroforestry Design A Comprehensive Study of the Theories, Concepts and Conventions that Underlie the Successful Use of Agroforestry

By: Paul A Wojtkowski
282 pages, B/w photos, figs
The Theory and Practice of Agroforestry Design
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Presents a detailed and indepth look at concepts, principles, and practices that underlie agroforestry application. Focuses on how the theories and concepts form the process of designing or understanding user-specific agroforestry systems and how theory leads to successful application.

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Economic evaluation and optimization; the agroecological base; the inter-species interface; trees - design concepts and use; sustainability; agrotechnological descriptions; plot diagnosis and design; landscape diagnosis and design; perspectives on design. Appendices: agroforestry technologies; plant scientific names.

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By: Paul A Wojtkowski
282 pages, B/w photos, figs
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