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Experiences with fence line fodder trees in Costa Rica and Nicaragua



Experiences with fence line fodder trees in Costa Rica and Nicaragua



Serie Tecnica: Informe Tecnico Centro Agronomico Tropical de Investigacion y Ensenanza (117): 215-222



The management of traditional living fence species is discussed with emphasis on their potential as a dry season fodder reserve. A list is given of the factors to consider when designing a study on the vegetative propagation of these species. The early survival of Gliricidia sepium and Spondias purpurea in experimental plantations situated in the seasonally dry areas of Puriscal, Costa Rica, and Jinotega, Nicaragua, was better than that of various Erythrina spp.

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