• Biology
  • Published 2018

Estimating and modelling productivity of mango trees from endogenous factors. A methodology set up and validated for african orchards . PoS2-14

@inproceedings{Sarron2018EstimatingAM,
  title={Estimating and modelling productivity of mango trees from endogenous factors. A methodology set up and validated for african orchards . PoS2-14},
  author={Julien Sarron and Christian San{\'e} and Jeanne Diatta and Emile Faye and Eric Mal{\'e}zieux},
  year={2018}
}
In the Niayes region located (Senegal), mango (Mangifera indica L.) crop is a main economical income for a variety of farms: from small family farms to large farms based on commercial monocrop orchards. Consequently, farming landscapes are made up of a mosaic of cultivated mango trees displaying strong variability in cultivars and tree structures. As a result, mango productivity is highly variable at different scales (tree, orchard, farm) and this variability has not been quantified and… CONTINUE READING