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Title: Performance and economic potential of Eucalyptus plants grown in silvipastoral systems in Pampa Biome.
Authors: TONINI, H.
PERSKE, R. C. F.
LUCAS, M. A. K.
Affiliation: HELIO TONINI, CPPSUL; RODOLFO CESAR FORGIARINI PERSKE, EMATER; MARCO ANTONIO KARAM LUCAS, CPPSUL.
Date Issued: 2021
Citation: In: WORLD CONGRESS ON INTEGRATED CROP-LIVESTOCK-FORESTRY SYSTEMS, 2., 2021. Proceedings reference... Brasília, DF: Embrapa, 2021.
Description: The aims of the current study are to assess the performance of genetic materials of eucalyptus trees planted in different arrangements, to measure the stock of forest multiproducts and to investigate the financial viability of these plantations in silvopastoral systems in Bagé (RS). Data were collected between June 2018 and August 2019, in 15 family livestock properties in 2013 and 2014. Data about plant growth (diameter at breast height, height, total and comercial volume) and mortality were collected. The economic viability of eucalyptus plantations was analyzed based on a market study and Net Present Value (NPV) and Equivalent Annual Cost (EAC) methods. It was possible concluding that the introduction of this forestry component in pastoral systems can increasing income in rural properties, both by trading forest products and using it in the property. The investment in afforesting native fields with eucalyptus has great potential to generate financial surpluses at significantly younger cutting ages than that of the economic rotation often applied to this genus in the region. Key words: Integration systems; Eucalyptus dunnii; economic viability.
Thesagro: Eucalipto
Arborização
Keywords: Campo nativo
Sistema de integração
Language: Ingles
Notes: WCCLF. Evento online.
Type of Material: Parte de livro
Access: openAccess
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