Agroforestry systems are efficient in protecting environment and forests, in integrating farming components in a lesser space and time to produce crop per drop of water and per plot of land, and thus, in making better use of environmental and natural resources. Agroforestry systems are also very much efficient in protecting marginal lands in red and lateritic soils from degradation under rainfed condition with erratic rainfall and poor management in general, and in provisioning economic returns through betterment in crop yields, wood productions and other associated monetary benefits.