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Windbreak/Shelterbelt Establishment

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Windbreak/Shelterbelt Establishment

Web image: Photo of windbreaks. Windbreaks are rows of vegetation used to reduce and redirect wind. Click photo for full page view Web image: Photo of windbreaks established to reduce drifting snow on a nearby road. Click photo for full page view
Windbreaks are rows of vegetation used to
reduce and redirect wind
These windbreaks were established to reduce
drifting snow on a nearby road
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Web image: Photo of a young windbreak using red twig dogwood shrubs. Click photo for full page view Web image: Photo of a well established windbreak that provides excellent protection to the farmstead behind it. Click photo for full page view
A young windbreak using red twig
dogwood shrubs
This well established windbreak provides
excellent protection to the farmstead behind it
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Web image: Photo of an established windbreak Web image: Photo of a windbreak used as a demonstration to determine the its effectiveness on dust, and airborne pollutants
An established windbreak can be seen in the
background of this photo
The Big Flats Plant Material Center is conducting
research on demonstration sites to determine
the effectiveness of windbreaks on dust, airborne
pollutants and other problems associated with
agricultural activities
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