Use and Improvement Of poorly Drained Land Lelmok Farm 1985

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1985
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Kenya Soil Survey
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The International Institute for Land Reclamation and Improvement (ILRI) is the back-stopping agency of several Land and Water projects supported by the Netherlands Directorate for International Cooperation (DGIS) in Kenya. In the context of regular visits to Kenya, the coordinating officer at ILRI, Ir. H.M.H. Braun, was requested by the Provincial Irrigation Unit of Rift Valley Province in Nakuru, to pay a visit to Lelmolk farm and south-central Uasin Gishu district in order to assess the nature and extent of poorly drained soils and the possibilities to improve these soils for arable use by smallholders, particularly in relation to the experiences with similar soils and land use, before and after drainage improvement, in other parts of Kenya.
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