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Late maturing landrace (4 months) Late maturing landrace (4 months), black grains. Late maturing landrace (4 months), big and black grains, diﬃcult cultivation. Early maturing landrace (less than 3 months); easy cultivation. Dwarf; early maturing landrace (less than 3 months); reddish grains. Early maturing landrace (3 months) rounded, hairy and reddish grains. 5 months). Late maturing landrace (4 months), big and black grains, diﬃcult cultivation. *Landraces documented from some Beninese farmers newly installed in the northern producing zone in Togo.
The harvest which is the most labour consuming activity occurs between August and October. The harvesting methods vary with the producing zones and the ethnic groups. With the Akposso and Ake´bou ethnic groups in the south, mature fonio plants are uprooted while in the north, traditional tools (home knives and sickles) are used by farmers to cut straw with mature panicles during harvesting. The Lamba tribe straw cutters for example, use a special craft thimble made with a particular variety of calabash to protect their index ﬁngers against injuries.
2003). There are estimated to be some 9 million cats in Great Britain, by far the most abundant carnivore in the country, killing an estimated 27 million birds each year (Woods et al. 2003). This loss, together with factors such as disturbance by humans (Ferna´ndez-Juricic 2000; Ferna´ndez-Juricic and Telleria 2000), intensive use of pesticides (Ansell et al. 2001), and poor quality of food before the breeding season (Solonen 2001) may all inﬂuence success. Despite this the high densities of some species in residential areas compared with other habitats, especially farmland, suggest that the beneﬁts of living in close proximity to humans may outweigh the costs (Mason 2003).