Socio-Economic Factors Affecting Organic Cotton Adoption in North-East of Benin: Case Study of Kandi District
[Facteurs Socio-Economiques Influençant L'adoption de Coton Biologique au Nord-Est du Bénin: Cas de la Commune de Kandi]
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KeywordsAdoption; socio-economic factors; organic cotton; North-East; Benin; Adoption; Facteurs socioéconomiques; Coton biologique; Nord-Est;
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