Hello, there.

While armchair mapping a neighboring area, I noticed tree lines in farmland; I suspect it to be an agroforestry attempt, and I will check that ASAP, but, before that, I'm wondering: how to map such area? My naive answer is to draw natural=tree_row along the tree rows, and let the landuse=farmland as usual, but, if someone has a better idea…

Awaiting your answers,

Regards.

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edited 16 Mar '16, 10:54

Depends where you are: certainly in the UK these are more usually a plantation for new woodland.

(16 Mar '16, 13:30) SK53 ♦

Did it by mapping natural=tree and natural=tree_row.

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