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42 J. B. Passioura and J. F. Angus to that of Rockstro¨m and Falkenmark (2000) for Sub-Saharan Africa. In fact, the main limiter seems to have been risk management. The collective experience of the farmers was that crops that grew too fast during their vegetative phase tended to produce low yields. This happened irrespective of whether they boosted crop growth with high rates of fertilizer or high plant density. 3). After experiencing hayed-off crops, farmers became cautious about applying high rates of fertilizer or seed to produce high yields.
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