Eucalyptus and digitaria grass intercropping in the Chapada do Araripe, Pernambuco, Brazil.

Resumo: The region of Chapada do Araripe, in Brazil, is an important producer of gypsum, having high energy demand for the industrial process. Currently, the main source of energy is the wood from Caatinga vegetation. In order to reduce deforestation and promote the regional gypsum industry, eucalyptus has been indicated as an alternative to generate energy. Eucalyptus integrated systems with adapted forage plant is a strategy to ensure stability and diversify the production systems, increasing the supply of wood for energy and fodder for animal feeding.

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