Part II-grazing Control In Semi-Arid Ranchland

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1962
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Pereira, H.C.
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Uganda is a well-watered territory in comparison with its East African neighbours, but in the extensive pastoral areas to the north of the Nile water shortage is often acute. Here the effects of a rather severe climate are exaggerated by overgrazing and misuse of land. Over many thousands of square miles, a rainfall of 20 to 30 inches per year which should be adequate for prosperous ranching enterprises, leaves a countryside parched and bare of keep, with men and cattle depending precariously on declining water-holes in the dry sandy torrent-courses.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, XXVII (Special Issue), p. 42-46
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