Tree-Planting In Tanganyika

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1954/1955
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Parry M.S
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Previous articles have dealt with methods of planting, and with species commonly planted in the Highlands and in dry areas. This, the final article, describes the commoner species suited mainly to lowland and coastal districts. Most of the species' previously mentioned as suitable for dry areas will grow equally well or better at the coast. Species such as Flamboyant and the Mango for example are a familiar sight in coastal townships while Afzelia and Mninga occur in the lowland forests as well as in the drier up-country districts. Fuel plantations of Cassia siamea are as common on the coast as anywhere.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 20, p. 49-53