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acid soils
agroforestry
Fernandes E, Garrity D, Szott LT, Palm C.  1994.  Use and Potential of Domesticated Trees for Soil Improvement.. Tropical Trees: The Potential for Domestication and the Rebuilding of Forest Resources. :137-147.
Biological competition
Fernandes E, Garrity D, Szott LT, Palm C.  1994.  Use and Potential of Domesticated Trees for Soil Improvement.. Tropical Trees: The Potential for Domestication and the Rebuilding of Forest Resources. :137-147.
biomass accumulation
cover crop
Cycling
Fernandes E, Garrity D, Szott LT, Palm C.  1994.  Use and Potential of Domesticated Trees for Soil Improvement.. Tropical Trees: The Potential for Domestication and the Rebuilding of Forest Resources. :137-147.
humid tropics
improved fallow
managed fallow
Nitrogen fixation
Fernandes E, Garrity D, Szott LT, Palm C.  1994.  Use and Potential of Domesticated Trees for Soil Improvement.. Tropical Trees: The Potential for Domestication and the Rebuilding of Forest Resources. :137-147.
nutrient
Fernandes E, Garrity D, Szott LT, Palm C.  1994.  Use and Potential of Domesticated Trees for Soil Improvement.. Tropical Trees: The Potential for Domestication and the Rebuilding of Forest Resources. :137-147.
nutrient budgets
nutrient cycling
peach palm
Peru
silvopastroal system
Soil improvement
Fernandes E, Garrity D, Szott LT, Palm C.  1994.  Use and Potential of Domesticated Trees for Soil Improvement.. Tropical Trees: The Potential for Domestication and the Rebuilding of Forest Resources. :137-147.
soil organic matter
tree domestication
Fernandes E, Garrity D, Szott LT, Palm C.  1994.  Use and Potential of Domesticated Trees for Soil Improvement.. Tropical Trees: The Potential for Domestication and the Rebuilding of Forest Resources. :137-147.
Tree improvement
Fernandes E, Garrity D, Szott LT, Palm C.  1994.  Use and Potential of Domesticated Trees for Soil Improvement.. Tropical Trees: The Potential for Domestication and the Rebuilding of Forest Resources. :137-147.