It is important to understand what agroforestry is first. This is the process by which shrubs and trees are planted in order to enclose certain areas. This can be effective in improving crop production because the soil where the crops will grow will be greatly enhanced. Soil conservation is also another benefit that this can provide.
What are the plants that are used for agroforestry? You may normally see some fruit plants and nut plants that can grow with each other. There are also some that would use corn crops. There are also some reports that walnut trees can be effective for this. It will depend on where agroforestry will be done.
J. connorContent Marketing executive, MA, Minsk,Poland
Content Marketing executive, MA, Minsk,Poland
Answered on Feb 08, 2019
If you are driving down the rural road, you may run across a plot of land that has crops and in between the crops or around the edges of the rows, you may see some trees or bushes that have been planted and are growing around these crops. This is known as agroforestry.
This type of land use is often seen in Africa and the United States. There are two main types of cropping among the agroforestry and these are called strip cropping and alley cropping. Different crops are used for these types of cropping. In alley cropping, you may see walnut trees among the corn crops. In strip cropping, the crops are fruits and nuts. There could also be maize grown as well.