What's agro-forestry?

Australia, 1981

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Agro-forestry is a combination of growing pine trees for timber production and pasture for livestock production to gain maximum use of fertilisers and soil nutrients. Various forestry officers and farmers give their opinions on advantages and disadvantages of the scheme.

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producer

Nicholas Alexander

production company

CSIRO

director

Roger Seccombe

Duration

00:16:30:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1981

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