shelter belt


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shelter belt

A barrier of trees or very high shrubs that provides protection against wind; Also see windbreak.
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Let's suppose these areas are near surface water, buildings, shelter belts, or along some roadside where you can't easily mow or graze.
Conservation task for volunteers to assist in establishing and maintaining a shelter belt.
You may qualify to have part of your property put into a watercourse shelter belt with the government assisting in tree purchase and planting and you may even qualify for an annual compensation from the government for loss of use of the land.
The design I've created has a shelter belt of the native shrub Sea Buckthorn, Hippophae Rhamnoides as the site is exposed.
If you are in a very exposed situation, you will need to consist If you a create create some form of shelter belt to give smaller plants a chance to establish themselves.
Next, establish a shelter belt to protect your plants from winds.
BBC Wales presenter Sien Pari Huws (right) and Foreign Office official Graeme Thomas help to select the first oak tree to be planted in a tree shelter belt at Moelyci's new market garden near Bangor
Situated in Malborough, from the northeast region of the South Island, the familiar name of JACKSON ESTATE showed its Shelter Belt Chardonnay with fresh, bright fruit showing good citrus mouth feel.
The council-owned land is behind Sainsbury's supermarket in West Monkseaton and includes a shelter belt of trees, a stream and pond and what was an area of open green space which over the years has naturally developed into scrub and meadow.
In other cases it may be possible to turn a neglected hedge into a shelter belt or woodland corridor.