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The Forestry Commission has published a Bulletin entitled Agroforestry in the UK. The Bulletin has been authored by members of the Forum.

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Agroforestry in the UK - Bulletin 122
Edited by Max Hislop and Jenny Claridge
Contents

Background

  • Introduction Max Hislop and Fergus Sinclair
  • Historical Context Roger Sheldrick and Daniel Auclair
  • Understanding and management of interactions Fergus Sinclair and John Hooker

Best Practice and Current Research

  • Trees for Agroforestry Systems Arnold Beaton and Max Hislop
  • Grazing in Agroforestry Systems Jim McAdam and Alan Sibbald
  • Pigs and Poultry in Agroforestry Systems Mark Brownlow; Peter Carruthers and Peter Dorward
  • Arable Crops in Agroforestry Systems Lynton Incoll and Steve Newman

Environmental Impacts

  • Environmental Impacts Jim McAdam
  • Agroforestry in the Landscape Simon Bell

Economic and Social Impacts

  • The social implications of agroforestry Chris Doyle
  • The economics of agroforestry in the UK Terry Thomas and Bob Willis

Contact addresses for authors:

  • Roger Sheldrick IGER, North Wyke, Devon
  • Daniel Auclair Unité de Modelisation des Plantes, INRA-CIRAD, Montpellier, France
  • Arnold Beaton Tihill Economic Forestry; Farnharn, Surrey
  • Jim McAdam DANI Belfast
  • Alan Sibbald MLURl, Aberdeen
  • Mark Brownlow Institute für Agrarokonomik, Universitat für Bodenkultur Vienna, Austria
  • Peter Carruthers Centre for Agricultural Strategy, University of Reading
  • Peter Dorward Department of Agriculture, University of Reading
  • Steve Newman Biodiversity International Ltd., Buckingham
  • Lynton Incoll School of Biology, University of Leeds
  • Fergus Sinclair, Terry Thomas, Rob Willis School of Agriculture and Forest Science, University of Wales, Bangor
  • John Hooker Scottish Agricultural College, Aberdeen
  • Simon Bell Forestry Practice Division, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh
  • Chris Doyle Scottish Agricultural College, Auchincruive
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Agroforestry in the UK is illustrated with many plates, line diagrams, charts and tables.

Publication date: June 2000

Cost: £25.00

This Bulletin can be ordered in the following ways:

  • by phone on 01329 331345
  • by fax on 01329 330034
  • by email
  • by post Forestry Commission, P0 Box 100, Farnham, Hampshire. P014 2SX
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For further information please contact:

Max Hislop
Forest Research
Northern Research Station
Roslin
Midlothian
EH25 9SY

Tel: Ol31 445 2176

or: Jenny Claridge
c/o Communications Branch
Forest Research
Alice Holt Lodge
Farnham
Surrey
GU10 4LH

Tel: 01420 22255
Fax: 01420 23653

 


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