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Forestry in the Coffee region of Puerto Rico


Forestry in the Coffee region of Puerto Rico



Carib. For, 45. 6: 71-81



In the production of the shade necessary for Coffee trees, intensive forest regeneration and silviculture are practised. Wildings of Coffee shade trees are transplanted to openings in the canopy, where they will receive sufficient light and eventually produce the desired shade. The shade is so managed that there are always at least two and sometimes three age classes, and the older trees are continually being replaced.

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