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Agroforestry field experiments: controlling interference among plots

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Field experimentation in agroforestry is relatively young and knowledge on rooting patterns and competitive effects of trees is still limited. Agroforestry researchers should bear this in mind and report any information they collect that can contribute to the improvement of field experiments
    Publication year

    1996

    Authors

    Rao, M.R.; Govindarajan, M.

    Keywords

    Aboveground parts, Agroforestry, Field experimentation, Roots, Shading

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