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Would strictly enforced forestry regulations affect farmers' stated intentions to plant indigenous fruits trees?: insights from Cameroon

(2014) FOOD POLICY. 49(1). p.95-106
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Policy instruments, AGROFORESTRY ADOPTION, BEHAVIOR, DETERMINANTS, CONSERVATION, POLICIES, NIGERIA, AFRICA, ZONE, NTFP, Farmers' perception, Tree planting, Indigenous fruit trees, Cameroon, AGRI-ENVIRONMENTAL MEASURES

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MLA
Divine Foundjem, Tita, Marijke D’Haese, Stijn Speelman, et al. “Would Strictly Enforced Forestry Regulations Affect Farmers’ Stated Intentions to Plant Indigenous Fruits Trees?: Insights from Cameroon.” FOOD POLICY 49.1 (2014): 95–106. Print.
APA
Divine Foundjem, T., D’Haese, M., Speelman, S., Degrande, A., Gyau, A., Van Damme, P., Tchoundjeu, Z., et al. (2014). Would strictly enforced forestry regulations affect farmers’ stated intentions to plant indigenous fruits trees?: insights from Cameroon. FOOD POLICY, 49(1), 95–106.
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Divine Foundjem, Tita, Marijke D’Haese, Stijn Speelman, Ann Degrande, Amos Gyau, Patrick Van Damme, Zac Tchoundjeu, and Guido Van Huylenbroeck. 2014. “Would Strictly Enforced Forestry Regulations Affect Farmers’ Stated Intentions to Plant Indigenous Fruits Trees?: Insights from Cameroon.” Food Policy 49 (1): 95–106.
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Divine Foundjem, Tita, Marijke D’Haese, Stijn Speelman, Ann Degrande, Amos Gyau, Patrick Van Damme, Zac Tchoundjeu, and Guido Van Huylenbroeck. 2014. “Would Strictly Enforced Forestry Regulations Affect Farmers’ Stated Intentions to Plant Indigenous Fruits Trees?: Insights from Cameroon.” Food Policy 49 (1): 95–106.
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Divine Foundjem T, D’Haese M, Speelman S, Degrande A, Gyau A, Van Damme P, et al. Would strictly enforced forestry regulations affect farmers’ stated intentions to plant indigenous fruits trees?: insights from Cameroon. FOOD POLICY. 2014;49(1):95–106.
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T. Divine Foundjem et al., “Would strictly enforced forestry regulations affect farmers’ stated intentions to plant indigenous fruits trees?: insights from Cameroon,” FOOD POLICY, vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 95–106, 2014.
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  author       = {Divine Foundjem, Tita and D'Haese, Marijke and Speelman, Stijn and Degrande, Ann and Gyau, Amos and Van Damme, Patrick and Tchoundjeu, Zac and Van Huylenbroeck, Guido},
  issn         = {0306-9192},
  journal      = {FOOD POLICY},
  keywords     = {Policy instruments,AGROFORESTRY ADOPTION,BEHAVIOR,DETERMINANTS,CONSERVATION,POLICIES,NIGERIA,AFRICA,ZONE,NTFP,Farmers' perception,Tree planting,Indigenous fruit trees,Cameroon,AGRI-ENVIRONMENTAL MEASURES},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {95--106},
  title        = {Would strictly enforced forestry regulations affect farmers' stated intentions to plant indigenous fruits trees?: insights from Cameroon},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foodpol.2014.07.003},
  volume       = {49},
  year         = {2014},
}

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