Definition of Agroforesters
1. agroforester [n] - See also: agroforester
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Agroforesters
Literary usage of Agroforesters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Fragile Tropics of Latin America: Sustainable Management of Changing by Toshie Nishizawa, Juha I. Uitto (1995)
"Although several naturally occurring fruits or other useful species may survive the periodic weeding of an umari orchard, Tamshiyacu agroforesters commonly ..."
2. Cover Crops in Hillside Agriculture: Farmer Innovation With Mucuna by Daniel Buckles, Bernard Triomphe, Gustavo Sain (1998)
"Much as agroforesters have come to recognize the need for multipurpose trees (Francis 1993), crop scientists may also need to pay more attention to ..."
3. Commercialisation of Non-timber Forest Products: review and analysis of research by Roderick P. Neumann, Eric Hirsch (2000)
"For example, agroforesters in Santa Rosa in the Peruvian Amazon are capable of producing substantial quantities of commercial ..."
4. Agrodiversity: Learning from Farmers Across the World by Harold Brookfield, Helen Parsons, Muriel Brookfield (2003)
"Both men and women were included, and not only experts in agricultural production, but also agroforesters, forest managers, fish and shrimp producers, ..."