Mixed planted-fallows using coppicing and non-coppicing tree species for degraded Acrisols in eastern Zambia

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The widespread planting of Sesbania sesban fallows for replenishing soil fertility in eastern Zambia has the potential of causing pest outbreaks in the future. The pure S. sesban fallows may not produce enough biomass needed for replenishing soil fertility in degraded soils. Therefore, an experiment was conducted at Kagoro in Katete district in the Eastern… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/B:AGFO.0000005225.12629.61

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@article{Chirwa2004MixedPU, title={Mixed planted-fallows using coppicing and non-coppicing tree species for degraded Acrisols in eastern Zambia}, author={Thabiso Chirwa and Paramu L. Mafongoya and R. Chintu}, journal={Agroforestry Systems}, year={2004}, volume={59}, pages={243-251} }