The Nutritive Value Of Themeda Triandra

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1967
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Bredon, R.M.
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Themeda triandra is common in southern and eastern Africa and widespread in India. Its adaptability to various climatic conditions is best described in a memo produced by the Grassland Research Station, Kitale (1959) where it is stated that Themeda triandra occurs under a wide range of conditions, from sea level to almost 10,000 feet altitude. At altitudes from 4,000 to 9,000 feet this grass is often dominant over large areas of grassland and is a valuable grazing species.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, xxxii (4), p. 375-379