Growth and ecological impacts of traditional agroforestry tree species in Central Himalaya, India

@article{Maikhuri2000GrowthAE,
  title={Growth and ecological impacts of traditional agroforestry tree species in Central Himalaya, India},
  author={Rakesh Kumar Maikhuri and Rahul Semwal and K. S. Sadasiva Rao and Kamaldeep Singh and Krishna G. Saxena},
  journal={Agroforestry Systems},
  year={2000},
  volume={48},
  pages={257-271}
}
A number of multipurpose tree species are conserved as scattered trees in settled farms on terraced slopes by the traditional farmers in Central Himalaya, India. Knowledge on growth rates and ecological impacts of these tree species is limited. Ten locally valued multipurpose tree species, viz., Albizzia lebbek, Alnus nepalensis, Boehmeria rugulosa, Celtis australis, Dalbergia sissoo, Ficus glomerata, Grewia optiva, Prunus cerasoides, Pyrus pashia and Sapium sebiferum, were established as mixed… CONTINUE READING

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