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  • Produce multiple output & protect resource base

  • Use of multiple indigenous trees

  • Suitable for low input conditions

  • Interplay of Social Cultural Values

  • Structurally & functionally complex

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Environmental Benefits

  • Reduce Pressure on Forest

  • Protection of ecological systems

  • Reduce surface run-off

  • Lower soil surface temperature

  • Increase soil nutrients

  • Improve soil structure

Economic Benefits

  • Increase food, fuel wood , fodder, fertilizer and timber

  • Reduce Crop Failures

  • Increase Income

  • Increase Productivity

Social Benefits

  • Improve Standard of Living

  • Improve Nutrition

  • Improve Communities

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Agro Forestry

Social Forestry

Combines with agriculture, crops, forest, forest plants and fodder species on same units of land

Include forest crops, food, fodder, fuel wood and small timber to meet local demand

Technology that must be developed before implementation

Fallow lands are utilized for raising forest crops

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Show the table-2 Agoro Forestry and Social Forestry

Agro Forestry

Social Forestry

Crop relationship whose cultivation is determined by the demands of region, demands of person etc.

Forest crops are raised either independently or in combination with other forest crops

Economic consideration is important

Social demands is important

On dry-lands water logged, alkaline soils & cultivable areas & forest blocks.

In field bunds, palm pond unproductive land & village common.