Definition of Tree farming
1. Noun. The cultivation of tree for the production of timber.
Generic synonyms: Agriculture, Farming, Husbandry
Derivative terms: Arboriculturist
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Literary usage of Tree farming
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Videocassettes in the Nal Collection Pertaining to Alternative Farming Systems by R. Stevens (1993)
"1245 Called coppicing in Europe, this is a form of tree farming which cultivates ... This is an alternative to clear cut and replant tree farming which is ..."
2. Elements of Agriculture: For Use in Schools by James Bolton McBryde (1901)
"Forestry is the art of growing and caring for trees; it is tree-farming. In this great country of ours we are inclined to look on tree-farming as a useless ..."
3. Exchange of Methodologies in Land Use Planning: Proceedings of an by Reimund Roetter (1998)
"Integrated crop-fish-fruit tree farming systems have shown promising in increasing the ... Integrated rice, fish and fruit tree farming system in Can Tho, ..."
4. Environmental Theology by Richard Cartwright Austin (1990)
"... combat the spreading aridity—commonly called "desertification"—that afflicts Africa and is begining to touch other continents as well. tree farming may ..."
5. Land, Trees, and Women: Evolution of Land Tenure Institutions in Western by Ma Agnes R Quisumbing (2001)
"... the productivity of tree farming systems can be sustained for longer periods of time with lower applications of organic or inorganic fertilizer, ..."
6. Forest Owners' Guide to the Federal Income Tax by William C. Siegel, William L. Hoover, Harry L. Haney, Jr., Karen Liu (1996)
"56-434 Ag. Handbook Travel Expenses Deduction of Ag. Handbook tree farming See "Business v. Hobby" and "Farming Status" this Index Turpentine Not timber U ..."