SILVOPASTORAL AGROFORESTRY USING HONEYLOCUST -- GENERAL REFERENCES

 

Bagby, W.T. 1981. Honeylocust‑a potential farm crop. Northern Nut Growers Ass. 72nd Annual Report. 72:35‑39.

 

Bryan, J. A., G. P. Berllyn and J. C. Gordon. 1996. Toward a new concept of the evolution of symbiotic nitrogen fixation in the Leguminosae. Plant and Soil. 186:151-159.]

 

Chase, S.B. 1947. Propagation of Thornless Honeylocust. Journal of Forestry. 45:716‑722.

 

Detwiler, S.B. 1947. Notes on honeylocust. USDA, Soil Conservation Service(mimeo).

 

Dupraz, C. and S.M. Newman. 1997. Temperate agroforestry: the european way.  In: A.M.Gordon and S.M.Newman. Temperate agroforestry systems. CAB International. Wellingford, U.K.

 

Freedman, D. 1980. Preliminary Analysis of the Potential for Ethanol Production from Honeylocust Pods. In Tree Crops for Energy Co‑Production on Farms. U.S. Solar Energy Research Institute. Golden, Colorado.

 

Felker, P., and R.S. Bandurski. 1979. Uses and potential uses of leguminous trees for minimal energy input agriculture. Econ. Bot. 33:172‑189.

 

Gold, M.A. 1997. FACT Sheet: Gleditsia triacanthos - honeylocust, widely adapted temperate zone fodder tree.  Winrock Institute, Arkansas.

 

Gold, M.A. and Hanover, J. W. 1993. Honeylocust(Gleditsia triacanthos L.): Multipurpose tree for the temperate zone.  International Tree Crops Journal 7(4):189-207.

Moore, J.C., 1948. The present outlook for honeylocust in the south. No. Nut Growers Assn. 39th Ann. Rep. pp. 104‑110.

 

Scanlon, D.H. 1980. A Case Study of Honeylocust in the Tennessee Valley Region. In Tree Crops for Energy Co‑Production on Farms. U.S. Solar Energy Research Institute. Golden, Colorado.

 

Smith, J.R. 1950. Tree crops: a permanent agriculture. Derin‑Adair, New York, NY.

 

Williams, G., and M.L. Merwin. 1983. Energy‑ and soil‑conserving perennial crops for marginal land in temperate climates. In W. Lockeretz(ed.) Environmentally sound agriculture. Praeger Co., New York, NY.

 

Wilson, A.A. 1989. Browse Agroforestry Using Honeylocust. Proceeding of the First Conference on Agroforestry in North America. U. of Guelph, Guelph, Canada.

 

Wilson, A.A. 1994. Silvopastoral Agroforestry Using Honeylocust. Schultz, R.C. and J.P.Colletti (eds.) Opportunities for Agroforestry in the Temperate Zone Worldwide. Proceedings of the Third North American Temperate Agroforestry Conference. August 15-18. Ames, Iowa. pp.265-269.

 

Zarger, Thomas G., and A.J. Lutz. 1961. Effects of improved thornless honeylocust shade trees on pasture development.  TVA Div. of Forest Relations, Tech. Note No. 34.