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Perceptions and outlook on intercropping coffee with banana as an opportunity for smallholder coffee farmers in Uganda

Bibliographic reference Jassogne, Laurence ; van Asten, Piet J.A. ; Wanyama, Ibrahim ; Baret, Philippe. Perceptions and outlook on intercropping coffee with banana as an opportunity for smallholder coffee farmers in Uganda. In: International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, Vol. 11, no.2, p. 144-158 (2013)
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