A Comparison Of Controlled Grazing And Manual Hoeing As A Means Of Reducing The Incidence Of Cymbopogon Afronardus Stapf In Ankole Pastures, Uganda

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1969
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Harrington, G. N.
Thornton, D. D.
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Approximately 9,000 square kilometres (3,500 square miles) of east Ankole District, Uganda, are potentially highly productive grasslands. The area, at a general altitude of 1,225 to 1,525 m. (4,000-5,000 ft.) is one of undulating hills rising 100-200 m. above broad, flat valleys.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 35 (2), p. 154-159
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