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Régénération naturelle à faible coût dans le cadre de l’aménagement forestier en zones tropicales sèches en Afrique (Natural generation at low cost as part of forest management in African tropical dry landscapes)

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Bellefontaine, R., 2005. Régénération naturelle à faible coût dans le cadre de l’aménagement forestier en zones tropicales sèches en Afrique. VertigO - la revue électronique en sciences de l'environnement, vol.6 no.2, pp.141-154.

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Corresponding Author:


  • Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement (Cirad), Département forêts, TA 10/D, 34398 Montpellier, France


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Species Info

  • Sclerocarya birrea
  • Annona senegalensis
  • Balanites aegyptiaca
  • Bombax costatum
  • Commiphora africana
  • Bauhinia rufescens
  • Cordeauxia edulis
  • Daniellia oliveri
  • Isoberlinia doka
  • Piliostigma thonningii
  • Tamarindus indica
  • Casuarina equisetifolia
  • Anogeissus leiocarpa
  • Combretum micranthum
  • Guiera senegalensis
  • Diospyros mespiliformis
  • Bridelia ferruginea
  • Uapaca kirkiana
  • Uapaca togoensis
  • Pterocarpus erinaceus
  • Pterocarpus lucens
  • Quercus suber
  • Azadirachta indica
  • Khaya senegalensis
  • Acacia macrostachya
  • Acacia saligna
  • Dichrostachys cinerea
  • Faidherbia albida
  • Parkia biglobosa
  • Prosopis africana
  • Psidium guajava
  • Ziziphus mauritiana
  • Sarcocephalus latifolius
  • Vitellaria paradoxa 


This article is written in French

  • The author examines effective, low-cost, and often-overlooked methods of natural regeneration by root suckering and terrestrial layering in African tropical dry forests.
  • The suthor sugests this method of regeneration both inside and outside of forested areas.

Geographical Region

  • Southern Africa
  • Other
  • East Africa
  • Country

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