Translation of silviculture in Spanish:


silvicultura, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsɪlvəˌkəltʃər/ /ˈsɪlvɪˌkʌltʃə/


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    silvicultura feminine
    • Central to their beliefs was the idea that small farmers and trees did not mix, that agriculture and silviculture did not mix.
    • Current activities, such as navigation channel dredging, hydroelectric power production, agriculture, and silviculture, will not be stopped by the listing of the sturgeon.
    • Experience from other countries shows that major gains in forest productivity can result from incremental or intensive silviculture combined with improvements to tree species.
    • Five sites each occurred within forested landscapes disturbed by agriculture and those disturbed by silviculture.
    • Although adjacent to dense forests altered by silviculture, vegetation in the swale resembles that of boggy pine savannas or flatwoods.