The term ‘agroforestry’ was first coined in 1977 to describe the integration of trees and agriculture, and can be defined as follows:
A collective name for land - use systems in which woody perennials (trees, shrubs, et c.) are grown in association with herbaceous plants (crops, pastures) or livestock, in a spatial arrangement, a rotation, or both; there are usually both ecological and economic interactions between the trees and other components of the system.
My project thread Agriculture collects solar energy two-dimensionally; but silviculture collects it three dimensionally.
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