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Agricultural projects in Somalia (ex-Italian Africa)


, : Agricultural projects in Somalia (ex-Italian Africa). Terra e Sole 43(553): 562-565

The agricultural situation in Somalia is described. Crop and livestock production are the only economic activities but only 3% of the land is cultivated. Extensive subsistence farming (sorghum, maize and millet) is the principal form of production, but output is insufficient to feed the population of 5 million.


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