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Farmers' planting practices in Burkina Faso A survey carried out by the project 'Improved Seed Supply for Agroforestry in African Countries' (ISSAAC)

  title={Farmers' planting practices in Burkina Faso A survey carried out by the project 'Improved Seed Supply for Agroforestry in African Countries' (ISSAAC)},
  author={Anders R{\ae}bild and Belem Bassirou and Jens-Peter Barnekow Lilles{\o} and Yago Emma-Lucie and Poda Damas},
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