Dissemination of Calliandra calothyrsus in Marangu, Mshiri, Masai villages in Moshi Rural District, Tanzania

Abstract

Fodder species were introduced to the named villages, namely Calliandra callothyrsus, Sesbania sesban, Leucaena spp, Flamingia macrophyla and Napier grass to alleviate fodder shortages and increase milk production. This report documents an informal survey carried out to determine whether, 3 years after the introduction of these species, farmers were still growing these fodder crops.

Citation

17pp. Selian Agricultural Research Institute (SARI). Arusha, Tanzania.

Dissemination of Calliandra calothyrsus in Marangu, Mshiri, Masai villages in Moshi Rural District, Tanzania

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