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Current Management Practices Employed On Selected Nonwood Biomass In Kiboga District
The study on the potential of nonwood biomass as feedstock for briquetting was done with the objective; to establish the current management practices used in management of selected nonwood biomass. The study followed baseline survey descriptive and quasi experimental design. 146 maize farmers were sampled. 40 sample plots were established in the five villages. 76.7% of the maize farmers used slash and burn as land clearing method. 78% of dry maize stovers; 96.7% of dry cobs produced after harvesting were burnt compounding the problem of emission in the atmosphere. But unfortunately, 76.7%, 78% and 96.7% of biomass, on land clearing, dry maize stovers and dry maize cobs were burnt
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