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An economic approach to assessing cotton cropping in North Cameroon


, : An economic approach to assessing cotton cropping in North Cameroon. Cahiers Agricultures 8(1): 55-63

Development of an economic land evaluation model that uses gross margin analysis to interpret response surface curves from the entire cotton area in North Cameroon for the 1982-85 seasons is documented. Results indicate that cotton production in the southern part of the cotton belt is more profitable than that in the north and is also more productive.

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