Great Britain TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF MIOMBO FRUIT TREES AS COMMERCIAL TREE CROPS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA

@inproceedings{Akinnifesi2006GreatBT,
  title={Great Britain TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF MIOMBO FRUIT TREES AS COMMERCIAL TREE CROPS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA},
  author={Festus Kehinde Akinnifesi and Freddie Kwesiga and J. Mhango and T. CHILANGA and A. Mkonda and C. C.A. and KADU and Irene Kadzere and D. MITHOFER and J. D. K. Saka and Gudeta Sileshi and Tunu A. Ramadhani and Panganai Dhliwayo},
  year={2006}
}
Many rural households rely on indigenous fruit trees as sources of cash and subsistence in the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC), but until recently there has been little effort to cultivate, improve or add value to these fruits. Since 1989 the International Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF: now the World Agroforestry Centre) initiated research-and-development work on more than 20 priority indigenous fruit trees in five SADC countries aimed at improving income in rural… CONTINUE READING
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