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African bean production environments: their definition, characteristics and constraints

By: Wortmann, C.S | Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical, Cali (Colombia).
Contributor(s): Allen, D.J [coaut.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: CIAT Occasional Publications Series ; No. 11.Analytics: Show analyticsPublisher: Dar Es Salaam (Tanzania) : CIAT, 1994Description: 47 p.Subject(s): Behaviour | Biogeography | Classification | Crop husbandry | Feeding habits | Leguminosae | Papilionoideae | Pests | Phaseolus | Production | ToxicityDDC classification: 95-011853 Summary: This working document contains information on the many bean producing areas in Africa. Thirteen bean producing environments are defined from consideration of altitude, latitude, soil pH and seasonal rainfall. Seventy bean producing areas, having estimated annual bean production of between 2,000 and 220,000 hectares, are described on the bases of environmental and socio-economic characteristics, cropping systems, farmer and consumer preferences, and biotic and abiotic constraints. The importance of the constraints was evaluated both on a pan-African and a regional basis. Angular leaf spot, anthracnose, bean stem maggot, bruchids,Collection: AGRIS Collection
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Book CIMMYT Knowledge Center: John Woolston Library

Lic. Jose Juan Caballero Flores

 

AGRIS Collection 95-011853 (Browse shelf) 1 Available 95-011853
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1 map; ill., 31 ref. (Accession no. SB327.W677)

This working document contains information on the many bean producing areas in Africa. Thirteen bean producing environments are defined from consideration of altitude, latitude, soil pH and seasonal rainfall. Seventy bean producing areas, having estimated annual bean production of between 2,000 and 220,000 hectares, are described on the bases of environmental and socio-economic characteristics, cropping systems, farmer and consumer preferences, and biotic and abiotic constraints. The importance of the constraints was evaluated both on a pan-African and a regional basis. Angular leaf spot, anthracnose, bean stem maggot, bruchids,

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Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical, Cali (Colombia) CIAT, Ap. 6713, Cali - Colombia|COMOD

Efren Orozco

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