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Land tenure systems and the adoption of alley farming in southern Nigeria



Land tenure systems and the adoption of alley farming in southern Nigeria



Land, trees and tenure Proceedings of an international workshop on tenure issues in agroforestry, Nairobi, May 27-31, 1985: 175-180



A preliminary review of land tenure issues which have arisen from on-farm research trials established at sites in SW (1) and SE (2) Nigeria.

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