Agricultural Policy & Trade: Adjusting Domestic Programs in by D. Gale Johnson

By D. Gale Johnson

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B. K. Akinnifesi resulting shoots can either be used to provide rooted cuttings for transplanting to the field, additional material for clonal seed orchards, or scions for grafting onto suitable rootstocks. , 1990). g. U. g. S. birrea) are easily propagated by large, leafless, hardwood cuttings or stakes/truncheons. Parinari curatellifolia is easily propagated by root cuttings. 2 Appropriate technology Low-cost non-mist propagators have been developed for the rooting of leafy stem cuttings. , 1990).

In: Proceedings of the Workshop on Chrysophyllum albidum, 27 February, 1997, Ibadan. CENRAD, Ibadan, Nigeria, pp. 119–129. , Chilanga, T. and Swai, R. (2004) Domestication priority for miombo indigenous fruit trees as a promising livelihood option for small-holder farmers in southern Africa. Acta Horticulture 632, 5–30. , Ramadhani, T. and Dhliwayo, P. (2006) Towards the development of miombo fruit trees as commercial tree crops in Southern Africa. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 16, 103–121. , Norton, G.

Albidum and R. heudelotii. C. albidum rated higher on researchability and R. heudelotii had greater benefits for women. 6). One indigenous fruit species had been added, three medicinal trees, one vegetable, two spices, and one species used for edible oil. 5. Value of expected benefits from domestication, humid lowlands of West Africa. Irvingia gabonensis Dacryodes edulis Chrysophyllum albidum Ricinodendron heudelotii Garcinia kola % increase Current annual Current annual in value Expected value of main value of other expected from rate of product products domestication adoption Gender receiving most benefits Overall value of expected benefits High High Medium Medium Medium Female About equal Male Female Male High High Medium Medium Medium Adapted from Franzel et al.

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