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AFRENA Project Uganda Progress Report for the period ending March 1991

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A report on the activities of the East African AFRENA (from November 1988 to the end of 1990) which is part of the Agroforestry Research Network for East and Central Africa(AFRENA). The objectives of the AFRENA programme are; to develop appropriate agroforestry technologies for land-use systems within an ecological zone to develop the national/regional capability to plan and to formulate and implement agroforestry research. The zonal priority adopted by Uganda focused on upper storey trees in agroforestry with two specific sub-objectives: selecting and screening appropriate "multipurpose trees" (MPTs) for boundary and upperstorey planting and developing relevant management practices for the upper storey technology for the production of poles timber fuelwood fodder green mulch and fruits on farm land
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    Agroforestry, Bananas, Crop management, Management, Multipurpose trees, Trees

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