Vleiland Development in West Kenya II-Pasture Fertilizer and Grazing Trials

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1965
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Gosnell J.M
Weiss E.A
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Napier Fodder (Pennisetum purpureum Schum.) was the most successful pasture species in earlier introduction trials [5], and two fertilizer experiments using this species were laid down in vleiland. The experiments were situated at Turbo: (altitude 6,000 ft., rainfall 50 in., mainly in April-September), soil grey brown clay derived from phonolitic lava, cultivated in 40 ft. camber beds.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, XXX (3), p. 169-176