silviculture

NOUN
  1. the branch of forestry dealing with the development and care of forests
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How To Use silviculture In A Sentence

  • Unlike silviculture groups and pulp-and-paper industries that plant only one kind of species in a large area, a practice known as monoculture, Maathai was specific about the need for correct trees being planted in the correct places. Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar
  • Nature-based silviculture for sustaining a variety of boreal forest values. Arctic boreal forest environments
  • The approach recommended was a blend of the new and the old: pest management using natural predators, intercropping agroforestry, silviculture and green manure. Andrew Gunther: We Can Feed the World Sustainably, Humanely
  • In addition, I participated extensively in silviculture work, potlatches, hunting and trapping expeditions, and political and community meetings.
  • Central to their beliefs was the idea that small farmers and trees did not mix, that agriculture and silviculture did not mix.
  • Five sites each occurred within forested landscapes disturbed by agriculture and those disturbed by silviculture.
  • The Forest Service enacted regulations to force lumber companies to practice enough silviculture to ensure regeneration in the cutover lands.
  • Unlike silviculture groups and pulp-and-paper industries that plant only one kind of species in a large area, a practice known as monoculture, Maathai was specific about the need for correct trees being planted in the correct places. Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar
  • Although adjacent to dense forests altered by silviculture, vegetation in the swale resembles that of boggy pine savannas or flatwoods.
  • The approach recommended was a blend of the new and the old: pest management using natural predators, intercropping agroforestry, silviculture and green manure. Andrew Gunther: We Can Feed the World Sustainably, Humanely
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