+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

Neglected plants of horticultural and nutritional importance in traditional farming systems of tropical Africa

, : Neglected plants of horticultural and nutritional importance in traditional farming systems of tropical Africa. Acta Horticulturae (53): 131-150

The phases of domestication (cultivated, protected, semi-wild, wild) of crop spp. in traditional farming systems in W.

Accession: 000438292

DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.1977.53.18

Submit PDF Full Text: Here

Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:

Related references

Okafor, J.C., 1983: Woody plants of nutritional importance in traditional farming systems of the Nigerian humid tropics. Forestry Abstracts 44(10): 607-608

Okafor, J.C., 1987: Unexplored and underutilized leguminous tree species in traditional farming systems of tropical West Africa. A discussion of the use of leguminous species (with examples) to improve soil fertility, as mulch, hedges and boundary plants and ornamental plants, and as a source of human and animal food, stakes and structural materials, timber and fuelwood, ch...

Grenoble D.W.; Gama D.M.; Ferretti P.A., 1987: Farming systems research with horticultural crops in southern africa. Hortscience 22(5 SECT 2): 1153

Pradeau, C., 1975: Adaptability of traditional farming methods in tropical Africa: the Dagari (Upper Volta). In studying the agricultural developments and the farming system of the Upper Volta Dagari, a paleonegritic population, it was found that through numerous though very limited means, traditional farming methods are being adapted to new conditions....

Okigbo, B.N.; Sabiiti, E.N., 1993: Sustainability of African farming systems with particular references to soil fertility, multiple cropping systems and weed ingress in smallholder systems in humid tropical Africa. The environmental setting of the humid tropics of Africa (covering relief, climate, vegetation, agriculture and land use and socioeconomic conditions); the origins of agricultural production systems and agents of change; resources and their manage...

Pradeau, C., 1975: Adaptability of traditional farming methods in Tropical Africa: the Dagari territory (Upper Volta)

Youm, O.; Gilstrap, F.E.; Teetes, G.L., 1990: Pesticides in traditional farming systems in West Africa. The growing problems of pesticide misuse in developing countries has prompted great concern among scientists and scholars. In developing countries in West Africa where traditional agriculture is widely practiced, pesticides are serious potential h...

Jodha, N.S., 1980: Some dimensions of traditional farming systems in semi-arid tropical India. This paper has already been published by ICRISAT and abstracted in WAERSA and RDA.

Seenappa, M., 1981: Importance of food production in small holder farming systems in Tanzania. Paper presented to the farming systems and farming systems research conference, Arusha, 14-16 April, 1981. Tanzania is directing its efforts towards improving the provision of basic needs for human life, food, shelter and clothing. Food production however is threatened by post-harvest losses. Food protection is an important aspect in food production an...

Oyenuga, V.A., 1977: The importance of ley farming for improving the forage basis of tropical Africa. In trials with 8 pasture mixtures, mean annual DM yields ranged from 22.9 t/ha for a Cynodon nlemfuensis/Digitaria decumbens/Chloris gayana/Centrosema pubescens/Stylosanthes guianensis sward (12.2% CP) to 47 t/ha for a Pennisetum purpureum/Panicum...