Political ecology in the oil palm-based cropping system on the Adja plateau in Benin: connecting soil fertility and land tenure.

@inproceedings{Yemadje2013PoliticalEI,
  title={Political ecology in the oil palm-based cropping system on the Adja plateau in Benin: connecting soil fertility and land tenure.},
  author={H.R.M. Yemadje},
  year={2013}
}
Keywords: Innovation system, Soil fertility management, Land reform, Participatory technology development, Social change, Agroforestry, Land access rights, Fallow, Agricultural intensification, Africa On the Adja plateau (West Benin), multiple actors are involved in an intercropping system with oil palm and food crops. This system is known as the oil palm-based cropping system (OPBCS). It contains two stages: a stage of small oil palms underneath which food crops are grown and a fallow stage… CONTINUE READING