Socioeconomic factors affecting the adoption potential of improved tree fallows in Africa

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In many parts of Africa, farmers periodically fallow their land, which is allowing land to lie idle for one or more seasons primarily to restore its fertility. This paper assesses the feasibility, profitability, and acceptability of improved tree fallows, which are the deliberate planting of trees or shrubs in rotation with crops to improve soil fertility… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1006292119954

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@article{Franzel2004SocioeconomicFA, title={Socioeconomic factors affecting the adoption potential of improved tree fallows in Africa}, author={Steven Franzel}, journal={Agroforestry Systems}, year={2004}, volume={47}, pages={305-321} }