Adoption of Biofeed technology in fighting against fruits fly in Togo
Adoption de la technologie Biofeed dans la lutte contre la mouche des fruits au Togo
Essossinam Ali and
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Yendouhame Monkounti: Institut des Métiers de l’Agriculture (ISMA) - Université de Kara
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This paper analyses the adoption of Biofeed technology, tested by University of Kara and 100% subsidized in the control of fruit flies in mango production. Using contingent valuation method and data collected from 114 producers in Togo, we found that only 38% of respondents are ready to adopt the Biofeed technology if the subsidy is removed. Awareness and education levels are key determinants in adoption of non-subsidized Biofeed technology in fighting against fruit flies.
Keywords: adoption; fruit flies; mango; Biofeed technology; contingent valuation; mangue; technologie Biofeed; évaluation contingente; mouche des fruits (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in Systèmes alimentaires / Food Systems, 2020, Systèmes alimentaires / Food Systems 2020, n° 5, 2020 (n° 5), pp.157-180. ⟨10.15122/isbn.978-2-406-11062-0.p.0157⟩
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