The Effects of Nitrogen, Phosphorus And Cultivation on the Productivity of Kikuyu Grass at High Altitudes in Kenya

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1966
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Morrison .J.
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Kikuyu grass (Pennisetum clandestinum), Is a common constituent of pastures at elevations over 6,500 ft. in Kenya. Its natural habitat is red loamy soil, usually of high fertility, in forest glades and at forest edges where the annual rainfall exceeds 35 in. It is not an important constituent of undisturbed open grassland of the "highland grassland" type.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, XXXI (3), p. 291-297