Results of a Coffee and Banana Interplanting Trial in Bukoba

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1963
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Mitchell, H.W.
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The Bukoba and Karagwe areas of West Lake Region produce an annual average of 6,000 tons of robusta coffee and 2,000 tons of arabica coffee from about 90,000 smallholdings, the majority of which are situated in the densely populated lake littoral area. The more fertile areas, known locally as 'bibanja' land, are intensively cropped with coffee, bananas and annual crops, whilst the less fertile areas, known locally as 'Rweya' land, are largely under grass.
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Annals of Agricultural Science, pp. 1-5
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