2 edition of economic analysis of alternative methods of land preparation in Western Province, Kenya found in the catalog.
economic analysis of alternative methods of land preparation in Western Province, Kenya
by Dept. of Agricultural Economics, New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, a Statutory College of the State University, Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y
Written in English
|Statement||by Willis Oluoch-Kosura.|
|Series||Cornell international agriculture mimeograph -- 103|
|Contributions||New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Department of Agricultural Economics., Cornell University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
production factor availability (land, labour, capital, know-how) and (iii) evaluate the economic feasibility (net benefits, marginal rate of return) of maize production and soil fertility-improving technology options in different soils, cropping seasons and farm types of western Kenya. MATERIALS AND METHODS. 3 ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF SOIL CAPITAL, LAND USE AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION IN KENYA Abstract The purpose of this thesis is to investigate economic and natural science aspects of soil management and agricultural production in a developing country context.
2% of the land area, also host many endangered and endemic plant and animal species.5 There are ﬁfty-seven prominent mammal species in Kenya, including thirty-three species of horned animals, twelve large carnivores and others such as rhinos, elephants, and giraffes.6 The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) manages wildlife onFile Size: KB. Wilson, R. J. A. 'Land tenure and economic development, a study of the economic consequences of land registration in Kenya's smallholder areas'. - Dublin: Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland,Vol. XXII, Part III, /, pp
The missionaries then penetrated into western Kenya and set up schools and missions. The first school in western Kenya was established at Kaimosi in During the colonial era, the number of Kenyans with exposure to education steadily increased and a good number of them were privileged to proceed abroad for further education. The purpose of this thesis is to investigate economic and natural science aspects of soil management and agricultural production in a developing country context. It does so by theoretical as well as empirical investigation, based on data from field surveys in Kenya’s central highlands over several years.
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Economic analysis of alternative methods of land preparation in Western Province, Kenya. Ithaca, N.Y.: Dept. of Agricultural Economics, New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, a Statutory College of the State University, Cornell University,  (OCoLC) Material Type. Willis Oluoch-Kosura has written: 'An economic analysis of alternative methods of land preparation in Western Province, Kenya' -- subject(s): Agriculture, Corn, Economic aspects of Corn, Economic.
this book. The book therefore is offered as a contribution to the litera-ture on project analysis rather than as an official statement of World Bank policy. The major landmarks that have guided the present book are Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
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