Tree-pasture (TP) systems involving widely spaced planted trees on pastoral land have been a widespread feature of New Zealand’s pastoral hill country for 50+ years. The primary purpose of the trees is to reduce the occurrence of erosion processes to enable the continuation of livestock farming.
Do tree-pasture systems accumulate more soil carbon? A pilot project
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