Our Agroforestry Suitability Assessment service can help you find agroforestry systems well suited on your specific farm. The service has an initial step where we gather information about your land and then we assess which agroforestry systems and species that are suitable.
1. Information gathering and assessment
The information used in the assessment is a combination of open data, data from your farm and information gathered through conversations with you about your farm.
Data used in assessment
- Current agricultural system
- Information on land and climate
- Farm economy
2. Suited systems and species
The agroforestry assessment utilizes a comprehensive database of plants with ecological prerequisites and suited utilization to recommend agroforestry systems and species.
Results of assessment
- Recommended agroforestry systems
- Recommended native species
- Technical agroforestry system report
- Visualization of agroforestry system
Examples of agroforestry system visualizations
Above are visualizations of agroforestry systems of varying complexity. We help you find the perfect system for your land. We furthermore assist you getting in touch with local agroforestry practitioners that you can learn and get inspiration from.
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Below are examples of projects where we are applying our agroforestry suitability assessment. This can help to get inspiration for how our agroforestry suitability assessment service can help you implement agroforestry systems on your land.
Original system: Open pastures
New system: Silvopasture system with feed trees ash, poplar and willow.
Benefits of new system
- Increased resilience to droughts and floods
- Reduced feed costs
- Increased yield due to better grazing as a result of shade and diverse feed
Barley and apple tree alley cropping system
Original system: Monocrop barley field
New system: Rows with apple trees and barley in alleys.
Benefits of new system
- Spring barley and apple trees have complementary workflows. This means that work is distributed better across the entire season.