Pasture Legume Performance in Kenya comparative Performance Often Accessions From The Genus Stylosanthes and Glycine Grown In Basalt Soil

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1983/1984
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Karachi M.K
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Attempts in 'the development of improved pastures in Western Kenya drew attenbion 'to passible use of introduced plant species. Nursery screening tr:ials in AIupe under low nutritional regime (Karachi, 1979 unpub.) on several introduced legume species identified eco'types from tihe genus Glycine and Stylosanthes as promising pasture legumes. This paper presents data on the pedormance of accessions identified in the field under a glass· house condition.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, XLIX (1-4), p. 111-116