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Propagating Pecan and Black Walnut in Missouri

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Title: Propagating Pecan and Black Walnut in Missouri
Author: Reid, William
Keywords: agroforestry
land management practices
alley cropping
silvopasture
riparian forest buffers
Date: 2010-01
Publisher: University of Missouri Extension
Abstract: Pecan and black walnut are the among the most intensively managed native tree species in the Midwest. By applying agroforestry principles, nut growers maximize the productivity of their land by producing nuts, wood products and livestock forage, all on the same acreage.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/7223
Other Identifiers: AF1003

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