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Modelling the technical and economic impact of the introduction of Stylosanthes hamata into rural agricultural systems in southern Mali


Stylosanthes as a forage and fallow crop Proceedings of the regional workshop on the use of Stylosanthes in West Africa, Kaduna, Nigeria, 26-31 October, 1992: 231-246
Modelling the technical and economic impact of the introduction of Stylosanthes hamata into rural agricultural systems in southern Mali
Fallows are one of the main characteristics of rural agricultural systems in southern Mali. However, analysis of their features shows that due to high human population pressure and increasing livestock numbers, fallow plots are increasingly smaller in size and last shorter periods of time. Results are reported of research on new fallow management techniques conducted by the Departement de recherche sur les systemes de production rurale (DRSPR).

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