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Effect of iron toxicity on rice growth in sulfato-ferruginous lowland of South Senegal
Rice production in southern Senegal is mainly rain-fed and faces numerous constraints, including iron toxicity. The objective of this study was to determine the effect of iron toxicity on rice yield in Southern Senegal. ...
Soil properties and groundnut (Arachis hypogea L.) responses to intercropping with Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehn and amendment with its biochar
In the South of Senegal, Eucalyptus camaldulensis is being intercropped with groundnut as an effort to avoid further deforestation. Introducing E. camaldulensis in agroforestry systems may have mitigated effects on soil ...
Arid agroecosystem shrubs enhance enzyme activities during the dry season
In Senegal, in the Sahel region, the agroecosystem is dominated by two Sahe lian shrubs able to redistribute water from deep soil to the surface. This study was carried out to determine the impact of these shrubs on soil ...
Local people’s perceptions of forest and trees ecosystem services : case of Kalounaye managed forest.
Human use of vegetation has a long tradition in semi-arid West Africa, and local people highly appreciate the goods and services provided by woody plants. Our study aims to identify the ecosystem services of the Kalounaye ...
Structure and diversity of agroforestry parks in the Tenghory District (Lower Casamance, Senegal)
In Lower Casamance, farmers deliberately keep certain woody species in their fields to increase their crop yields and generate additional income. The objective of this study is to contribute to a better understanding of ...