From frustration to information. Diversity in agroecosystems

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Sources of yield variations within one agroecosystem in a village in northern Gabon were investigated combining biophysical, crop genotype and management characteristics of the fields with ethnic and socio-economic characteristics of the households and the farmers. The study shows that diversity and variation should be regarded as important sources of information instead of eliminating them from research
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)6-7
JournalLEISA : ILEIA newsletter for low-external-input and sustainable agriculture
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 1995


  • yield increases
  • yield losses
  • yields
  • farm management
  • productivity
  • ecology
  • crops
  • agriculture
  • phenology
  • acclimatization
  • sorghum bicolor
  • society
  • communities
  • research
  • cameroon
  • agroecosystems


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