The Uses of Paspalum Notatum in Uganda

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1942
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Thomas A.S
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In order that the stock industry of Uganda may be developed for the production of both meat and milk, it is highly desirable that a system of paddocking should be utilized near the larger towns. For these paddocks grasses are needed that will form a lasting even sward under heavy grazing. About five hundred distinct species and varieties of grasses are known to occur in the Protectorate; these include a wide range of forms and most of the more valuable tropical fodder grasses; yet few of them will form a good sward when heavily grazed.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, VII, p. 236-238
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