Little attention has been given this valuable species either in horticultural or forestal planting.
In forestal planting it is suggested that the planting be 44 feet.
Yet Nicaragua is rich in natural products, agricultural, forestal and mineral.
Making sure that the girl would talk of it to Girard, she wished to forestal her.
In mediæval country life, then, commons might be either manorial or forestal.
This would have been difficult, because, in the first place (which may forestal all further considerations), he had no forces.
Trees are rare, and such vegetation as is dependent on forestal conditions is absent.
A forestal area map is also added to visualize certain habitats of the State.
late 13c., "extensive tree-covered district," especially one set aside for royal hunting and under the protection of the king, from Old French forest "forest, wood, woodland" (Modern French forêt), probably ultimately from Late Latin/Medieval Latin forestem silvam "the outside woods," a term from the Capitularies of Charlemagne denoting "the royal forest;" perhaps via Old High German forst, from Latin foris "outside" (see foreign), with a sense of "beyond the park," the park being the main or central fenced woodland.
Another theory traces it through Medieval Latin forestis, originally "forest preserve, game preserve," from Latin forum in legal sense "court, judgment;" in other words "land subject to a ban" [Buck]. Replaced Old English wudu.
1818 (forested is attested from 1610s), from forest (n.).