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Socioeconomic and Biophysical Analyses of Food Crop Production in Mbiame Sub-Division, North West Region, Cameroon
Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension Economics & Sociology
This study was undertaken to analyses the impacts of multiple socioeconomic and biophysical factors influencing food crop production in Mbiame, North West Region of Cameroon. To show this, we used a comprehensive data of socioeconomic and biophysical environment to investigate their potential determinants of food crop output. An assessment on the trend in yields showed a general decreased with soya beans (14.29 percent), maize (18.57 percent), groundnut (18.57 percent), beans (17.14 percent),doi:10.9734/ajaees/2018/41642 fatcat:xv3rd744zned7gjpjdrqfx6hti