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Economic feasibility of rural projects in semi-arid areas of developing countries: a case study of agroforestry in Kenya



Economic feasibility of rural projects in semi-arid areas of developing countries: a case study of agroforestry in Kenya



Dissertation Abstracts International A, Humanities and Social Sciences 48(11): p.2937



Among agroforestry systems, alley cropping is frequently mentioned as a potential candidate for improving agricultural output on subsistence farms. Alley cropping involves production of crops between rows of woody species, and its potential as a means of increasing agricultural output is evaluated.

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