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Agricultural intensification reduces ecological resilience of land-use systems, whereas paradoxically, environmental change and climate extremes requi...Read more
(I) The selection of suitable shade trees for use in Tea plantations (Camellia sinensis) is a major problem in NE India since the destruction of large...Read more
The influence of interplanted shade trees on the light regime at the surface of mature tea bushes is described. Most of the light reaching a tea bush ...Read more
Tamarisk species (Tamarix ramosissima Ledeb., T. chinensis Lour., T. gallica L. and hybrids) have invaded riparian areas throughout western North Amer...Read more
Hypericum perforatum, St John's wort, is an invasive weed of natural and agro-ecosystems in south-eastern Australia. In previous work we used a long-t...Read more
Young plants of 5 species were grown in pots for 8-16 days in daylight under shades constructed of 6-mm strips. The shades were fixed or were made to ...Read more
This guide provides details of coffee-banana cropping methods focusing on good agricultural practices for coffee-banana production that promote integr...Read more
The penetration of light into 5 distinct foliage patterns of tea bushes was studied. The 2 foliage types (semi-erect and horizontal) representing most...Read more
Climate change alters both water and CO2 availability for plants, but it is largely unknown how they interact with light to affect tree seedling estab...Read more
Riparian corridors are habitats that are prone to invasion by non-native plants, but the shade provided by trees that grow in riparian zones may limit...Read more