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The impact of cocoa rehabilitation schemes in Trinidad and Grenada Proceedings

by Murray, D.B; Jones, M.R; Cocoa Research Institute, Tafo (Ghana); 3. International Cocoa Research Conference Accra (Ghana) 23-29 Nov 1969.
Publisher: Tafo (Ghana) 1971Description: p. 133-137.Subject(s): THEOBROMA CACAO | REHABILITACION DE TIERRAS | PLANTACIONES | PROYECTOS DE DESARROLLO | TRINIDAD Y TOBAGO | GRANADA | THEOBROMA CACAO | RECLAMATION | PLANTATIONS | DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS | TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO | GRENADA | THEOBROMA CACAO | RECUPERATION DES SOLS | PLANTATIONS | PROJET DE DEVELOPPEMENT | TRINITE ET TOBAGO | GRENADESummary: In both Trinidad and Grenada the depressed state of the cocoa industries prior to Word War II led to the setting up of Government sponsored Cocoa Rehabilitation Schemes. In 1967-68 a field survey was undertaken by one of us (M.R. Jones) to examine the results of these schemes and to determine individual farmer response. The results of the survey are analysed and conclusions drawn as to shortcomings and ways of improving the schemes
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In both Trinidad and Grenada the depressed state of the cocoa industries prior to Word War II led to the setting up of Government sponsored Cocoa Rehabilitation Schemes. In 1967-68 a field survey was undertaken by one of us (M.R. Jones) to examine the results of these schemes and to determine individual farmer response. The results of the survey are analysed and conclusions drawn as to shortcomings and ways of improving the schemes

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