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Creating Silvopastures: Some Considerations When Planting Trees in Pastures



Authors as Published

John Fike, Extension Forage Specialist and Associate Professor, Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences, Virginia Tech; Adam Downing, Senior Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent, Forestry, Virginia Cooperative Extension; John Munsell, Forest Management Extension Specialist and Associate Professor, Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation, Virginia Tech; Gregory E. Frey, Research Forester, USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station; Kelly Mercier, Graduate Student, University of Kentucky; Gabriel Pent, Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist, Southern Piedmont Agricultural Research and Extension Center, Virginia Tech; Chris Teutsch, Extension Forage Specialist and Associate Professor, University of Kentucky; J.B. Daniel, Forage and Grassland Agronomist, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service; Jason Fisher, Senior Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Agent, Forestry, Virginia Cooperative Extension; Miller Adams, Virginia Department of Forestry; and Todd Groh, Virginia Department of Forestry

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Description of the process of establishing silvopastures by planting trees.

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Publication Date

May 1, 2023