The Nature of Soils and Ph Chances in Land Reclaimed or Arable Use in the Yala Swamp

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1973
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Nyandat N. N.
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Yala swamp, which covers an area of about 16,000 ha, is situated on the north-eastern shores of Lake Victoria. Its southern edge lies roughly on the equator (see Fig. 1). A greater part of the swamp is caused almost entirely by a river (Yala River) which overflows its banks along a shallow channel totally choked at a point with papyrus and other water plants.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, XXXIX (No. 4), p. 397-401