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Forestry جنگلداری

These materials are designed to assist vocational instructors, professors, and extension workers in planning and implementing agricultural lessons. Unlike other materials on e-Afghan Ag, these materials assume some prior knowledge of agriculture. For a more practical approach to Forestry, please visit the Natural Resource Management tab on the blue bar above.

Material from the Laboratory of Jerry Peters (Purdue) unless otherwise noted.Photo by Dan Hilleman

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