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Persistence of an introduced bradyrhizobium japonicum and other soybean rhizobia in a soybean/maize rotation
(African Crop Science Society, 1994)
Streptomycin resistant mutant of Bradyrhizobium japonicum strain IRJ 2114 was developed, tested for ability to nodulate and fix nitrogen, and introduced on seeds at the start of the field experiments. Soybean (Glycine max ...
Increase of crop yields by beneficial organisms: a case study of Rhizobia use in Uganda
(Soil Science Society of East Africa, 1999)
Legume production in Uganda has been increasing since 1980 in terms of National total hectarage. However, yields per hectare have remained very low. This is highly attributed to the facts that the legumes are grown on ...
Firewood consumption around Budongo forest reserve in western Uganda
Wood fuel is renewable, but its consumption can not be sustained when the rate of harvesting exceeds the growth rate. Per capita consumption of firewood was 0.7 cubic metres in Masindi and 0.6 cubic metres in Hoima district. ...
A site report prepared for presentation to the local people of Lwanika, Budhala and Forest Department Office, Iganga District, Uganda
(Uganda Forestry Resources and Institutions Centre (UFRIC), 1999)
Mbazzi and Namungo forest: a site report
National case study: Uganda
(International Human Dimentions Programme, 1999-09-24)
Indigenous technical knowledge and forest management: A case study of sacred groves (Traditional Forest Reserves), Mpigi District, Uganda
The high rate of deforestation and degradation of the environment in Uganda are dangerous obstacles to sustainable management of forests and trees in the country and therefore require urgent and consolidated effort of all ...
Early detection of tropical forest degradation: an IFIU pilot study in Uganda.
(Environmental conservation, 1995)
The impact of population density on forest management and use in Uganda
To investigate the relationship between population density and forest management and use in Uganda, this study focuses on agricultural communities in four districts representing contrasting population levels, forest resources ...