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Rain-fed plantations of the domesticated Ziziphus mauritiana in the Sahel: effects of varieties and rootstocks on yields and fruit quality

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p.33-38,fig.,ref.
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  • International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), P.O. Box 12404 Niamey, Niger
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  • International Adviser Drylands Agriculture, 16/12 Harav Goren St., Rishon Letzion 75753, Israel
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  • University of Tahoua, Niger
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  • International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), P.O. Box 12404 Niamey, Niger
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  • International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), P.O. Box 12404 Niamey, Niger
Bibliografia
  • Arora R., Azam-Ali S., Clement C., Haq N., Hughes A., Schreckenberg K., Simons A., Smith R. 2002. Fruits for the Future 2: Ber Ziziphus mauritiana Lam. Field manual for Extension Workers. Crops for the Future.
  • Aulakh P., Vij V., Kumar A. 2005. Comparative perfor-mance of some promising ber varieties grown un-der arid-irrigated conditions of Punjab. Indian Jour-nal of Horticulture 62(2): 127-128.
  • Baloda S., Sehrawat S.K., Yadav B.S., Ahlawat V.P., Singh S. 2012. Present status of ber production and future thrusts in India – A review. Agricultural Re-views 33(3): 256-264.
  • Ghosh S.N., Mathew B. 2002. Performance of nine ber (Ziziphus mauritiana Lamk) cultivars on topwork-ing in the semi-arid region of West Bengal. Journal of Applied Horticulture 4(1): 49-51.
  • Grice A.C. 1997. Post‐fire regrowth and survival of the invasive tropical shrubs Cryptostegia grandiflora and Ziziphus mauritiana. Australian Journal of Ecology 22(1): 49-55. DOI: 10.1111/j.1442-9993.1997.tb00640.x.
  • Hooda P.S., Sindhu S.S., Mehta P.K., Ahlawat V.P. 1990. Growth, yield and quality of ber (Zizyphus mauritiana Lamk.) as affected by soil salinity. The Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology 65(5): 589-593.
  • Ismail S.M., Almarshadi M.H.S. 2013. Effect of water distribution patterns on productivity, fruit quality and water use efficiency of Ziziphus jujuba in arid regions under drip irrigation system. Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment 11(1): 373-378.
  • Jawanda J.S., Bal J.S., Josan J.S, Mann S.S. 1980. Stud-ies on the storage of ber fruits. I. Room tempera-ture. Punjab Horticultural Journal 20(1/2): 55-61.
  • Klaij M.C., Vachaud G. 1992. Seasonal water balance of a sandy soil in Niger cropped with pearl millet, based on profile moisture measurements. Agricul-tural Water Management 21(4): 313-330. DOI: 10.1016/0378-3774(92)90053-Y.
  • Lal G., Dhaka R. 2007. Effect of different rootstocks on growth, yield and quality of ber (Ziziphus mauri-tiana Lamk.) cv. Umran and Gola. Annals of Arid Zone 46: 107.
  • Leakey R.R.B. 2001. Win: Win landuse strategies for Af-rica: 2. Capturing economic and environmental benefits with multistrata agroforests. The Interna-tional Forestry Review 3: 11-18.
  • Leakey R.R.B., Simons A.J. 1998. The domestication and commercialization of indigenous trees in agrofor-estry for the alleviation of poverty. Agroforestry Sys-tems 38: 165-176. DOI: 10.1023/A:1005912729225.
  • Leakey R.R.B., Tchoundjeu Z., Schreckenberg K., Shackleton S.E., Shackleton C.M. 2005. Agrofor-estry tree products (AFTPs): targeting poverty re-duction and enhanced livelihoods. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability 3(1): 1-23. DOI: 10.1080/14735903.2005.9684741.
  • Pareek S., Kitinoja L., Kaushik R.A., Paliwal R. 2009. Post-harvest physiology and storage of ber. Stewart Post-harvest Review 5(5): 1-10. DOI: 10.2212/spr.2009.5.5.
  • Pasternak D., Senbeto D., Nikiema A., Kumar S., Fatondji D., Woltering L., Ratnadass A., Ndjeunga J. 2009. Bi-oreclamation of degraded African lands with women empowerment. Chronica Horticulturae 49(2): 24-27.
  • Sanou H., Sidibé D., Korbo A., Teklehaimanot Z. 2014. Rootstock propagation methods affect the growth and productivity of three improved cultivars of ber in Mali, West Africa. HortTechnology 24(4): 418-423.
  • Soil Survey Staff 1999. Soil Taxonomy: A Basic System of Soil Classification for Making and Interpreting Soil Surveys, 2nd edn, U.S. Department of Agricul-ture Handbook 436. Washington, DC: USDA Nat-ural Resources Conservation Service.
  • Vashishtha B., Pareek O. 1989. Identification key for the cultivars of Indian jujube (Ziziphus mauritiana Lamk.). Indian Journal of Horticulture 46(2): 183-188.
  • West L.T., Wilding L.P., Landeck J.K., Calhoun F.G. 1984. Soil survey of the ICRISAT Sahelian center, Niger, West Africa. Texas A & M University. pp. 82.
  • Zakari-Moussa O., Ratnadass A., Vayssières J.-F., Ni-kiema A., Fatondji D., Salha H., Aboubacar K., Ryckewaert P., Pasternak D. 2012. GF-120 effects on fruit fly species (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Sahelian agroforestry-based horticultural cropping systems. Fruits 67(5): 333-339. DOI: 10.1051/fruits/2012025.
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