Current Afforestation Practice and Expected Trends on Family Farms in West Hungary 299

@inproceedings{ANDRASEVITS2005CurrentAP,
  title={Current Afforestation Practice and Expected Trends on Family Farms in West Hungary 299},
  author={Zoltan ANDRASEVITS and G. Buz{\'a}s and Endr{\'e} Schiberna},
  year={2005}
}
The primary aim of the National Forest Strategy and National Development Plan in Hungary is to increase the ratio of forest cover from the current level of 19,7% to 26-28%. This means planting 700,000 ha of new forest plantation in Hungary between now and 2035. Around 90% of the afforestation1 will occur on private land. So the simultaneous improvement of farming and forestry is critical. Our survey sought to capture the current situation in western Hungary. Our aim was to research the… CONTINUE READING

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