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A study was carried out in Koto forest reserve in central Benin (6°56' to 7°02' of north lat. and 02°03' to 02°09' of east long), in order to contribute to the sustainable management of the forest. Phytosociological inventory was done using the synusial approach. Soils were studied through texture surveys, pedological profiles description and laboratory analysis. Silvicultural parameters of plantations were studied using temporary sample plots of 300 m². The study helps to identify and describedoi:10.4314/ijbcs.v3i2.44487 fatcat:fsmumgcp4rfqdeh5pf5f5mmjmu