Designing and Caring for Windbreaks
a variety of jobs. They reduce soil erosion, increase crop yield and
protect livestock. They shield buildings and help reduce heating costs.
They can also add beauty to landscapes and provide habitat for wildlife.
Getting the results you want from a windbreak can depend on factors
as obvious as its location and size, or as subtle as the kind of trees
you use and the spacing between them. One of the most important factors
when designing a windbreak is knowing exactly what you want your windbreak
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