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Beans in two contrasting farming systems in Morogoro region, Tanzania, 1980



Beans in two contrasting farming systems in Morogoro region, Tanzania, 1980



Paper, Economic Research Bureau, University of Dar es Salaam (83.3): 50



The differences in farming systems in two areas of Morogoro Region, Tanzania, in which maize and beans are important components, are documented. Although traditional agriculture is the norm in both areas and few purchased inputs are used, there are significant differences.

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