Land tenure systems and the adoption of alley farming
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Discusses the implications of land tenure systems for the acceptance of alley farming in southwest and southeast Nigeria and reviews the tenure system in each case. Presents brief accounts of case studies including communities, social constitutions & farming systems, and an outline of the relevant features of the land tenure system. Considers the way in which the opportunities and constraints presented by these systems have shaped the adoption and use of the browse trees by farmers. Ends with general implications of these findings.