Agroforestry for pest control and pollination
This report is based on a PhD research project supported by the Woodland Trust.
It investigates how insects and other wildlife in agroforestry affect pest control and pollination, which are important for agricultural sustainability.
It also looks at the challenges of this kind of agriculture and examines the evidence gaps highlighted by the research, as well as ways to address them.Download PDF (1.79 MB)
Agroforestry for timber, coppice and nuts
Trees in orchards: benefits of including non-cropping trees
Fruit trees improve land and productivity - increasing yield on a mixed farm
Planting trees to improve economic returns
The benefits of integrating trees on arable farms
Evaluating the use and benefits of trees on dairy farms
The benefits of integrating trees on livestock farms