Planting of trees on grazed grasslands

Collection: Hors Collection
june 2001

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The planting of widely-spaced commercial hardwood trees on grasslands grazed by sheep or cows makes it possible to reconcile a continuous farm income (by the production of grass for animal feed) and the accumulation of capital from wood production. With a limited number of trees on the parcel and adapted protection measures, this form of afforestation has a very limited impact on grass and pasture management in extensive systems. The investment in work and in money is only substantial the year when planting takes place. After that, it is mainly a problem of surveillance and maintenance. The general principle is to associate a regular income plus sheep or cow production, to a long-term income and the production of quality wood.

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Language(s): French

Publisher: Irstea

Edition: 1st edition

Collection: Hors Collection

Published: 26 june 2001

EAN13 eBook [ePub]: 9782759214334

EAN13 eBook [PDF]: 9782759207268

Pages count eBook [PDF]: 63

Interior: Two-colour

Reference eBook [ePub]: CF5613EPB

Reference eBook [PDF]: CF5613NUM

Size: 7,2 Mo (ePub), 4,8 Mo (PDF)