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Ed. 1979. Agroforesty systems in Latin America (Proceedings). CATIE, Turrialba, Costa Rica, 220 pp. Nair, P. K. ed. 1989. Agroforestry systems in the tropics. Dordrecht, The Netherlands, Kluwer. 664 pp. R. eds. 1987. Agroforestry. a decade of development. Nairobi, ICRAF. Young, A 1989. Agroforestry for soil conservation. AB. International/ICRAF. 276 pp. 2 Agroforestry Practices in India Trees and forests were always considered as an integral part of the Indian culture. The ancient scriptures and historical records amply support this.
Tree diversity indeed can be large in some Indian village ecosystems. 7 ha of agroecosystem. 87. 34 ha is a useful resource. 7 ha. Thus, although not a substitute for continuous and intact natural systems, fragments of all sizes and shapes, nonetheless, have conservation relevance. Local farmers who plant trees on their small farms are often surprised later by the number of birds and small mammals that begin to populate the area. Biological Pest Control Agroforestry systems create a landscape structure that is important for biological pest control.
A) Biomass production: There is significant increase in biomass production viz. fodder, fuel, timber etc. with the adoption of agroforestry. Fodder species like Glyricidia maculata, Sesbania, Luecaena sp. (Subabul) and other species like techtona grand is, acacia, Azdirachta indica (neem), Cassia siamea, Melia dubia, Casurina sp. (Casuarina) were grown in agroforestry. This combination not only meets the fodder needs of the cattle and timber needs for agricultural implements but also add organic matter to the soil.
Agroforestry: systems and practices by Ramesh Umrani, C. K. Jain