Review of the agronomic evaluation of shrub species

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Literature on defoliation management of multiple purpose trees and shrubs is reviewed. The most important factors influencing plant performance under defoliation, are the inherent capacity of species to support continuous defoliation, frequency and intensity (height) of cutting, season and age of first cut (more important in slow growing species) when defoliation is taking place , and plant density. Depending on species and the environment, interactions between these factors may be significant. A literature review was carried out on the evaluation of tree and shrub species that are used as fodder or for other purposes. In the literature consulted, it is shown that factors influencing the performance of defoliation plants must consider: the inherent capacity of species to withstand continuous defoliation, frequency and intensity of cuts, season of the year, age at first cut of slow growing species and planting density. Depending on the species and the environment, interactions between these factors can have significant effects. Future research needs are discussed

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