What is the future for agroforestry in Italy?

@article{Paris2019WhatIT,
  title={What is the future for agroforestry in Italy?},
  author={Pierluigi Paris and Francesca Camilli and Antonia Rosati and Alberto Mantino and Giustino Mezzalira and Cristina Dalla Valle and Antonello Franca and Giovanna Seddaiu and Andrea Pisanelli and Marco Lauteri and Alberto Brunori and Giovanni Antonio Re and Federico Sanna and Giorgio Ragaglini and Marcello Mele and Viviana Ferrario and Paul J. Burgess},
  journal={Agroforestry Systems},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-14}
}
  • Pierluigi Paris, Francesca Camilli, +14 authors Paul J. Burgess
  • Published in Agroforestry Systems 2019
  • DOI:10.1007/s10457-019-00346-y
The successful promotion of agroforestry in Italy depends on both a recognition of tradition and the opportunities for innovation. In Italy, agroforestry has traditionally been a key component of landscape management. Complex systems, based on the integration among crops–livestock–fruit/forest trees, provided a wide variety of products (e.g. food, feed, fibers, fuelwood and timber) and other ecosystem services (e.g. soil erosion control and biodiversity preservation). Silvopastoral systems have… CONTINUE READING
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