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Push-pull to manage leaf-cutting ants: an effective strategy in forestry plantations.
It is demonstrated that the push-pull strategy can be successfully employed to manage LCAs in young willow plantations and generates biodiversity which can improve the ecosystem functioning, and it can be easily implemented by producers since its design is based on regular willowing plantations.
Silvopastoral Systems in the Delta Region of Argentina
The increase in cultivated area worldwide has brought about a change in land-use pattern. In the temperate-wet regions, the silvopastoral systems (SPS) that integrate afforestation using deciduous
Influence of site quality on the attack of Platypus mutatus Chapuis (Coleoptera, Platypodidae) to a willow plantation (Salix babylonica x Salix alba cv 131/27)
Pulverizar los fustes de arboles dominantes de sectores productivos de una plantacion utilizando productos quimicos de reducido impacto ambiental and efectuar manejos forestales apropiados that favorezcan the supervivencia and reproduccion of aves and mamiferos predadores of the plaga.
Installation of Silvopastoral Systems with Poplar in the Delta of the Paraná River, Argentina
It was concluded that the use of poplar pole cuttings as multiplication material promotes the growth of natural pastures and early beef production in poplar SSP on the Lower Delta of the Parana River.
Relationships between site characteristics and the productivity in a plantation of Salix nigra located in the Paraná delta (Argentina)
Se estudio la calidad de estacion de una plantacion de Salix nigra, de seis anos de edad, ubicada en el Delta del Parana (Argentina), la cual registra una productividad menor a la promedio de la