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Patterns of Farmer Tree Growing in Eastern Africa A Socioeconomic Analysis

Series: Tropical Forestry Papers Volume: 27
By: Katherine Warner
270 pages, maps, tables, diagrams
Patterns of Farmer Tree Growing in Eastern Africa
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  • Patterns of Farmer Tree Growing in Eastern Africa ISBN: 9780850741261 Paperback Dec 1993 In stock
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The results of a major attempt by OFI and ICRAF to collect, organize and synthesize secondary and primary data in Eastern Africa which shed light on the key socio-economic factors affecting farmers' decisions about the growing of trees. The information was obtained from Burundi, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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Series: Tropical Forestry Papers Volume: 27
By: Katherine Warner
270 pages, maps, tables, diagrams
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