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Women and Agroforestry Four Myths and Three Case Studies

Women and Agroforestry Four Myths and Three Case Studies

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Benneh, G. «Land Tenure and Agroforestry Land Use Systems in Ghana.» In Land, Trees and Tenure, edited by J.B. Raintree, pp. Four facts emerge from this preliminary compilation of systems: first, there is a bewildering array of agroforestry systems worldwide, and we have but scratched the surface; secondly, there are relatively few rigorous experimental data pertaining to performance of agroforestry systems; thirdly, the number of tree species — multipurpose trees.

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