Household decision-making in agroforestry parklands of Sudano-Sahelian Mali

@article{Ass2011HouseholdDI,
  title={Household decision-making in agroforestry parklands of Sudano-Sahelian Mali},
  author={Rainer Ass{\'e} and James Philip Lassoie},
  journal={Agroforestry Systems},
  year={2011},
  volume={82},
  pages={247-261}
}
This study examines farmers’ knowledge and management of soil fertility and vegetation in Vitellaria paradoxa and Cordyla pinnata dominated agroforestry parklands in a Sudano-Sahelian region of Mali. Qualitative data from a series of semi-structured interviews were used to construct an empirically based typology of farmer practices. These interrelated practices center on famers’ agroecological knowledge, decision-making, and cropping strategies and are conceptualized as variable and adjustable… CONTINUE READING
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