Land use and soil organic matter in South Africa 1: A review on spatial variability and the influence of rangeland stock production

@inproceedings{Preez2011LandUA,
  title={Land use and soil organic matter in South Africa 1: A review on spatial variability and the influence of rangeland stock production},
  author={Chris C. du Preez and Cornie W. van Huyssteen and Pearson Nyari Stephano Mnkeni},
  year={2011}
}
How to cite this article: Du Preez CC, Van Huyssteen CW, Mnkeni PNS. Land use and soil organic matter in South Africa 1: A review on spatial variability and the influence of rangeland stock production. S Afr J Sci. 2011;107(5/6), Art. #354, 8 pages. doi:10.4102/sajs. v107i5/6.354 Degradation of soil as a consequence of land use poses a threat to sustainable agriculture in South Africa, resulting in the need for a soil protection strategy and policy. Development of such a strategy and policy… CONTINUE READING
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