Evaluation of 15 Indigenous and Introduced Species for Reforestation and Agroforestry in Northeastern Mexico
This article presents the results of a reforestation study in the Sierra Madre Mexico.
Research Goals & Methods
Ten native species (Pithecellobium, Prosopis, Helietta, Cordia, and Acacia spp.) and five exotic species (Leucaena and Eucalyptus spp.) were raised in a nursery and planted in June of 1984. Measurements took place between 1985 and 1999.
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