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Table 5 Survival rate (%) of tree species planted in different farm locations in different farm types in Simbi and Kageyo

From: Assessing farmers’ interest in agroforestry in two contrasting agro-ecological zones of Rwanda

  Simbi (n = 20) Kageyo(n = 22)
Wealthier (n = 6) Moderate (n = 6) Poor (n = 8) Wealthier (n = 6) Moderate (n = 6) Poor (n = 9)
(%) (%) (%) (%) (%) (%)
G. robusta
 Along paths 73.0 60
 Farm limits 44.9 50 50 53
 Contours 57.5 68.2 65 92.0 100 60.9
E. urophyla
 Along paths 56.4 40 48.8
 Contours
 Woodlot 65 66.1 65 62.1 60 55.0
C. calothyrsus
 Along paths 30
 Farm limits 40.0 31.6
 Contours 50 66.7 66.2 72 60.0 60.0
T. vogelii
 Along paths 20.6
 Contours 41.5 40.2 30.6 21.1 20.4 46.7
P. americana
 Homefield 100 73.2 80 80 66.7 70.6
 Food crop field 79.3 82 70
C. sineis
 Homefield 100 100 100 60.3 100 100
 Food crop field 87.5 80.8 93.7 50.0 66.7 72.2
  1. The n = the number of farmers per category who planted different tree species in each location. Survival rate was calculated based on the number of trees that were effectively planted (Table 4)