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Rural people ultimately decide how their land will be managed and recommendations for change must be perceived to be beneficial, often in the short-term, by the supposed beneficiaries.  Improved knowledge of crop-tree interactions may not be incorporated into management strategies if this knowledge, and the way it is promoted, does not complement the socio-economic and bio-physical factors that determine farmers' management decisions.