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  • Fish and Cassava: the changing equation
  • Cassava production and marketing in Zaire. The market of Kinshasa
  • Agricultural production ; Cassava ; Cultivated plants ; Economic behaviour ; Informal sector ; Kinshasa ; Market ; Marketing ; Urban supply ; Zaire
  • Cassava in shifting cultivation. A systems approach to agricultural technology development in Africa.
  • Africa ; Agriculture ; Cassava ; Cultivated plants ; Farming system
  • Spacing effects of vetiver grass (Vetiveria nigritana Stapf) hedgerows on soil accumulation and yields of maize–cassava intercropping system in Southwest Nigeria
  • growth and yields. Plots were planted to cassava intercropped with maize. Soil accumulation by VGH serving as barriers to trap eroded soil was significantly affected by the spacing. Gravimetric moisture content increased with wider alley spacing
  • When soil erosion affected agricultural productivity of hillside farms on both the islands of Leyte (Philippines) and Sumatra (Indonesia), new lands were cleared within nearby national parks. In both cases, similar crops (cassava, maize, sweet
  • Cassava ; Central African Republic ; Crop yield ; Cultivated plants ; Disease ; Impact
  • Demographic studies of early contact time in the lesser Antilles almost are nonexistent. AA. present a method for estimating the contact population based on cassava production and a contact figure (13,000 to 17,000). The French missionary, Raymond
  • Accessibility ; Cassava ; Colonization ; Oil palm ; Regionalization ; Rural change ; Rural economy ; Spatial organization ; Zaire
  • Agriculture ; Capital city ; Cassava ; Crisis ; Fishing ; Food crop ; Rural-urban relations ; Uganda ; Urban supply ; Wholesale trade
  • Agricultural product ; Cassava ; Commodity ; Enquiry ; Kinshasa ; Marketing ; Transport ; Transport cost ; Urban supply ; Zaire
  • plantation (RP); bush fallow (BF) and continuous cassava cropping (CCC)] were chosen for the study. The soil microaggregate stability was measured by clay dispersion ratio (CDR) and aggregated silt and clay, ASC (%) indices. Results showed that the CDR
  • Acre ; Brazil ; Cassava ; Export ; Farmer ; Mode of production ; Rural economy ; Social geography ; Social organization ; Subsistence agriculture ; Way of life
  • Agricultural calender ; Agricultural technique ; Brazzaville ; Cassava ; Congo ; Cultivated surface ; Farm income ; Food crop ; Food production ; Land ; Marketing ; Peasantry ; Rural development ; Rural-urban relations ; Urban economy ; Urban supply
  • bassin-versant recouvertes par les formations herbacées, grâce à une capacité de rétention élevée, ne sont pas très sensibles à l'érosion. Les plantations de maïs et cassava ont un taux d'érosion de 0,6 mm/an, avec une capacité de rétention de 13 mm/h
  • Cassava ; Ethnic community ; Fish ; Flow ; Food ; Food consumption ; Food crop ; Food habit ; Food product ; Fruit ; Gabon ; Household behaviour ; Malnutrition ; Market ; Marketing channel ; Meat ; Oil seeds ; Plantation ; Price ; Rice ; Self
  • Africa ; Benin ; Cassava ; Developing countries ; Economic aspect ; Feeding ; Food ; Food intake ; Manufacturing process ; Physicochemical properties ; Traditional food stuff ; Upgrading