a method and system of land management involving the simultaneous cultivation of farm crops and trees; agriculture incorporating the growing of trees:
Agroforestry ensures a continuous food supply, some continuous economic return, and the avoidance of soil degradation.
They lend themselves to biodiverse agriculture as well as to agroforestry, a style of tree farming that promotes diversity.
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a method of farming integrating herbaceous and tree crops
A system of land use in which harvestable trees or shrubs are grown among or around crops or on pastureland, as a means of preserving or enhancing the productivity of the land.
the branch of soil science dealing especially with the production of crops. noun the scientific study of soils and their potential productivity
an abnormal desire to live alone, especially in an isolated area.
the science of soil management and the production of field crops. noun the science of cultivation of land, soil management, and crop production n. “science of land management for crop production,” 1814, from French agronomie, from Greek agronomos “overseer of land,” from agros “field” (see acre) + -nomos “law or custom, administering,” related to nemein […]