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Windbreak Technology



A series of 10 Extension publications available both on the web and by request. The series describes how windbreaks work, the benefits of windbreaks, windbreak management and how to design a windbreak for your use.
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Address:
103 Plant Industry, School of Natural Resources,University of Nebraska
Lincoln , NE 68583-0814
USA
Contact Person: James R. Brandle
Phone: 402-472-6626
E-Mail: jbrandle@unl.edu
Website: http://ianrpubs.unl.edu/forestry/
   


Detailed Information:
This series of windbreak publications covers all aspects of windbreak technology. They were produced by the University of Nebraska and the USDA NRCS to assist landowners in the design and installation of windbreaks on their farms or ranches. Titles include:
How Windbreaks Work
Windbreak Establishment
Field Windbreaks
Windbreaks for Livestock Operations
Windbreaks for Rural Living
Windbreaks for Sustainable Agriculture
Windbreaks for Snow Management
Windbreak Management
Windbreak Renovation
Windbreaks and Wildlife


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