Forestry جنگلداری

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Content

Overview

  • Material from the Laboratory of Jerry Peters (Purdue) unless noted otherwise.

Unit A, Lesson 1: Defining Forests

Unit A, Lesson 2: Forest Ecology

Unit A, Lesson 3: Recognizing the Importance of Forests

Unit A, Lesson 4: Identifying Tree Species

Unit B, Lesson 1: Examining Tree Structures

Additional Resources

Provided by USDA

Forests of Afghanistan

Concepts of Forest Inventory

Forest Management

Windbreak Design

Alley Cropping

Matching Trees to Planting Sites

Unit B, Lesson 2: Growth and Decline of Forest Trees

Unit B, Lesson 3: Diseases and Pests of Forest Trees

Unit C, Lesson 1: Forests of Afghanistan

Unit C, Lesson 2: Measuring Trees

Unit C, Lesson 3: Measuring Timber Stands

Unit C, Lesson 4: Role of Fire in Forest Management

Unit C, Lesson 5: Harvesting Forest Trees

Unit C, Lesson 6: Reforestation Practices

Unit C, Lesson 7: Safe Practices in Forest Management

Unit D, Lesson 1: Forest Products and Uses

Unit D, Lesson 2: Characteristics of Wood

Unit D, Lesson 3: Processing of Forest Products

Unit D, Lesson 4: Protecting and Preserving Wood

Unit E, Lesson 1: Urban Forestry

Unit E, Lesson 2: Selecting Trees for Urban Growing Conditions

Unit E, Lesson 3: Transplanting and Care of Trees

Unit E, Lesson 4: Pruning Trees in Urban Settings

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