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Basic characteristics of system of Eucommia ulmoides intercropping with clover

, : Basic characteristics of system of Eucommia ulmoides intercropping with clover. Journal of Northwest Forestry College 11(1): 24-29

Tree and crop growth, and runoff and erosion were measured in a silvopastoral system in which Eucommia ulmoides was intercropped with clover (Trifolium repens and T. pratense) in China. Tree growth was increased in intercropped plots. The relation between tree height growth and clover cover was modelled using an exponential function, which explained >40% of the growth variation.

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