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AGROFORESTRY

Community Fruit Tree Nursery



The establishment of a nursery in this project through a “community-based” approach is an attempt to capacitate the local people on the process of producing their own planting materials to enable them to be self reliant and independent from outside help.

Agroforestry Establishment Using Fruit and Timber Trees



Trees provide many benefits including lumber and forest products; shade and wind protection for crops, livestock and buildings; erosion control; water and nutrient cycling; wildlife food and habitat and most importantly as carbon sink.

Mahogany for Forest Enrichment



The integration of high timber producing species (mahogany), industrial crops (coffee) and horticultural crops like lemon, rambutan, lanzones, durian, and Pomelo is aimed at enhancing the economic returns that can be derived from the forest while reducing the pressure on the forest ecosystem.

Lemon for Forest Enrichment



The integration of high timber producing species (mahogany), industrial crops (coffee) and horticultural crops like lemon, rambutan, lanzones, durian, and Pomelo is aimed at enhancing the economic returns that can be derived from the forest while reducing the pressure on the forest ecosystem.

Calamansi for Forest Enrichment



The integration of high timber producing species (mahogany), industrial crops (coffee) and horticultural crops like lemon, rambutan, lanzones, durian, and Pomelo is aimed at enhancing the economic returns that can be derived from the forest while reducing the pressure on the forest ecosystem.

Forest Enrichment using Horticultural Crops



The integration of high timber producing species (mahogany), industrial crops (coffee) and horticultural crops like lemon, rambutan, lanzones, durian, and Pomelo is aimed at enhancing the economic returns that can be derived from the forest while reducing the pressure on the forest ecosystem.

Coffee for Forest Enrichment



Enrichment planting is a forest management strategy for improving the present stock of a logged-over forest. Applied to a muyong, the use of crops that will improve the environmental services is the main objective of enrichment planting.