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Factors affecting adoption of the agroforestry practices in Nebbi District, Uganda
(Makerere University, 2015-11)
Agroforestry practices are thought to have the potential to enhance farmers’ resilience to shocks including climate change. However, farmers are poorly motivated to plant trees and also face numerous challenges during tree ...
Land tenure systems and extension methods: assessment of agroforestry adoption in Kalungu Sub-county, Masaka District, Uganda
An assessment of the role of land tenure system and choice of extension method on adoption of agroforestry practices was conducted in Kalungu sub-county; Masaka district, Uganda. Questionnaires were administered to 55 ...
An evaluation of suitable trees for ecosystem service delivery in coffee-agroforestry in Central Uganda
(Makerere University, 2017)
Coffee is an important cash crop in Uganda cultivated in a multifunctional agroforestry system that provides a variety of ecosystem services and disservices. Although trade-offs between services and disservices depend on ...