agroforester

agroforester

(ˌæɡrəʊˈfɒrɪstə)
n
a person who carries out agroforestry
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The Sagrada shoreline is ideal for growing mangrove species, such as bakawan lalaki (Rhizophora apiculata) and bakawan babae (Rhizophora mucronata), said Marisa Valencia, municipal agroforester.
an agroforester from Indang, Cavite province, has realized the many benefits of kaong (sugar palm) other than to produce fruits commonly known as dessert ingredients.
This includes the company, employees, suppliers such as outgrower agroforesters, associated industrial operations and customers, also at the impact for stakeholders, such as investors, communities, local and national governments impacted by these plantation forests and associated industrial activities.
As agroforesters prioritize nutrition, though--or select for any particular trait--and as farmers choose specific varieties to cultivate on farms, some researchers caution that the gene pool of a tree species as a whole may be at risk of declining.
In a further initiative over the past 20 years, agroforesters have taken this strategy to a higher level by starting to domesticate some of the very wide range of forest tree species that have been the source of food and non- food products.
Agroforesters, however, have yet to use these technologies extensively (Ellis et al.
The volume is thought provoking material and a reference not only to agroforesters, those working in agriculture and agricultural economics but also to other biologists interested in related issues.
60) in her analysis--issues that have been under-attended in natural resource contexts--and an important lesson for foresters, agroforesters, and agriculturalists to keep in mind as new crops are introduced and encouraged.
They included anthropologists, lawyers, linguists, ethnomusicologists and agroforesters.