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close this bookAmaranth to Zai Holes, Ideas for Growing Food under Difficult Conditions (ECHO; 1996; 397 pages)
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Open this folder and view contents1: Basics of agricultural development
Open this folder and view contents2: Vegetables and small fruits in the tropics
Open this folder and view contents3: Staple crops
Open this folder and view contents4: Multipurpose trees
Open this folder and view contents5: Farming systems and gardening techniques
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Open this folder and view contents14: From farm to market
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close this folderPrinciples of agroforestry
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Open this folder and view contentsGood nutrition on the small farm
 

Definitions

Alley Cropping:

Growing annual crops between rows of trees.

Beautification:

Planting trees for ornamental purposes.

Boundary Plantings:

Trees planted along boundaries or property lines to mark them well.

Dispersed Trees:

Trees planted alone or in small numbers on pastures or otherwise treeless areas.

Earthworks:

Constructions made of earth, usually to conserve or control water.

Improved Fallows:

Areas left to grow up in selected trees as part of a trees-crop rotation system.

Individual Trees:

Trees occurring alone, whether spontaneously or planted.

Living Fences:

Fences in which the poles are living trees, or in which all of the fence consists of closely-spaced trees.

Nectar Crop:

Trees valuable as a source of nectar for honey bees.

Terraces:

Level areas constructed along the contours of hills, often but not necessarily planted with trees.

Vegetative Strips:

Long, narrow areas of any type of vegetation, usually planted along contours for erosion control; may include trees.

Woodlot:

An area planted to trees for fuel, or timber.

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