Agroforestry is not a system of pots on the balcony nor for the greenhouse. It is a system to manage the agricultural resource, land, for the benefits of the owner, and the long term welfare of society. While this is appropriate for all land, it is especially important in the case of hillside farming where agriculture may lead to rapid loss of soil. Normally land will be what the farmer owns (farmers that rent land may have little interest in the long term benefits of agroforestry), and thus farmers must think conservatively, how the land can be maintained over long periods of time.
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