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Determinants of farmers' adoption and adaptation of alley farming technology in Nigeria

Determinants of farmers' adoption and adaptation of alley farming technology in Nigeria

Agroforestry Systems 55(2): 99-112

Understanding the factors affecting farmers' adoption of improved technologies is critical to success of implementing agroforestry development programs. This paper evaluated the determinants of farmers' decisions to adopt and adapt alley farming technology and its variants in the farming systems of Nigeria, using econometric Logit models. Eleven variables were significant in explaining farmers' adoption decisions.

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DOI: 10.1023/a:1020556132073

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