2 edition of Management of vertisols in sub-Saharan Africa found in the catalog.
Management of vertisols in sub-Saharan Africa
by International Livestock Centre for Africa
Written in English
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On Management of Vertisols in Sub-Saharan Africa. Many African countries are experiencing declining human food production, on a per caput basis: over the past three decades, per caput grain production in sub-Saharan Africa, as a whole, has declined from kg to kg, which is far below subsistence levels.
Food imports inFile Size: 5MB. Get this from a library. Management of vertisols in sub-Saharan Africa: proceedings of a conference held at ILCA, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 31 August-4 September [S C Jutzi; International Livestock Centre for Africa.;].
Vertisols are tropical soils that occur world-wide ( million ha) with high agricultural and other engineering potentials. However, they are underutilized as most of their physical characteristics make management techniques difficult and highly localized.
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