Alain KATAYI LUKUSA , Faustin NYEMBO KABEMBA , Georges MUYAYABANTU MUPALA , Charledoux MBUYI TSHILUMBA
International Journal of Horticulture, Agriculture and Food science(IJHAF), Vol-2,Issue-4, July - August 2018, Pages 121-131, 10.22161/ijhaf.2.4.2
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The fundamental objective of this research is to estimate the agricultural practices which are the custom in the territory of Ngandajika at the end to classify his agriculture among the standard models. To do it, we had resorted (turned) to the method of inquiries of the agricultural households situated in three groupings the most considered in agriculture: MPIANA, MPOYI and MPEMBA NZEWU. The size of the sample was thirty farmers by grouping and the procedure consisted in targeting at random five producers turned out by localities. At the end of this investigation, we had found that the long-lasting agricultural practices are the custom in this territory at a rate of neighborhood 34, 91% only, it through the mixed farming, the traditional or improved fallows, the cultures of cover of the ground, as well as the afforestation spread through this one. The logical consequence of 65,09% of the agricultural practices are not sustainable and sweep e long to the agricultural nomadism which has several corollaries’ such as the land conflicts, the peasant impoverishment and the famine in rural areas.