Profitability and implications of cocoa intensification on carbon emissions in Southern Cameroun

@article{Magne2014ProfitabilityAI,
  title={Profitability and implications of cocoa intensification on carbon emissions in Southern Cameroun},
  author={Anne Nadege Magne and Nathalie Ewane Nonga and Martin Yemefack and Valentina Robiglio},
  journal={Agroforestry Systems},
  year={2014},
  volume={88},
  pages={1133-1142}
}
The present study evaluated profitability of some models of cocoa farms and analyzed the relationship between cocoa yield, income and carbon stored in traditional cocoa agroforests to discuss implications of cocoa intensification on carbon emissions in Cameroun. Surveys on establishment, management practices and marketing were conducted in 49 cocoa farms along a gradient of population density, forest cover and market access, and combined with data on carbon stock and trees species inventories… CONTINUE READING