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- N’Danikou, Sognigbe; Achigan-Dako, Enoch G; Tchokponhoue, Dedeou A; Agossou, Chaldia OA; Houdegbe, Carlos A; Vodouhe, Raymond S; Ahanchede, Adam
- Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 2015 v.11 no.1 pp. 28
- land tenure, etc ; Vitex doniana; data collection; decision making; farmers; gender; harvesting; in situ conservation; interviews; landowners; landscapes; men; models; phenology; plums; seedlings; sociodemographic characteristics; socioeconomic factors; trees; wild plants; women; Benin; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: Cultivation is the most appropriate management option when both demand and harvesting of wild plant species increase beyond natural production levels. In the current study we made the assumption that, besides the intrinsic biological and ecological characteristics of the species, the decision to cultivate and/or to conserve an overharvested wild plant species is triggered by the socioe ...
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