On the success and failure of mixed-species tree plantations: lessons learned from a model system of Eucalyptus globulus and Acacia mearnsii
Mixed plantations of a Eucalyptus species with a nitrogen-fixing tree species can produce significantly higher quantities of aboveground biomass than monocultures. However, if species or sites are not chosen correctly, one species may suppress the growth
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