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Tropical agroforestry

By: Atangana, Alain Chang, Scott Degrande, Ann Khasa, Damase

940077723X / 9789400777231
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375 pages
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Agroforestry is recognized as a sustainable land-use management in the tropics, as it provides environmental-friendly ecosystems; it also provides people with their every day need for food and cash.

Since the recognition of agroforestry as a science, curricula have been developed for agroforestry programs for undergraduate and graduate trainings in Universities.

Therefore, there is an urgent need to develop and make available educational material.

This textbook strives to provide up-to-date information on tropical agroforestry to serve as educational material in the tropical context.

The authoritative textbook of Nair (1993) on agroforestry was published 18 years ago, and before the advent of tree domestication, an important agroforestry practice today.

In addition, many other research activities, such as carbon sequestration and integrated pest management, have been included in the agroforestry agenda.

This textbook is intended for agroforestry students, teachers, and practitioners.


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