Learning about Neighbour Trees in Cocoa Growing Systems: A Manual for Farmer Trainers
The aim of this manual is to provide an opportunity for adult learning and contribute to farmer-based dissemination of information. The manual provides technical information that addresses forest tree species selection and propagation in cocoa fields, policy and legislation on timber trees on farm, and determination of compensation due to farmers for felled timber trees on cocoa farms. This information is then followed by guided decision-making exercises designed to reinforce cocoa farmers? observation skills, decision-making capacity and knowledge on timber tree species incorporated in cocoa growing systems in West Africa.
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Preferred forest tree species on cocoa farm
Policy and legal implication of forest timber trees
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