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Ethnobotany, Phenology and Conservation of Four Species of The Genus Sansevieria Thunb: Case of Nakuru and Maragua Districts, Kenya
(Kenyatta University, 2005)
Many people especially in developing countries rely on wild collected plants for construction, fuel wood, medicine and many other purposes. Today there is often a decrease in the availability of wild plants resources due ...
Soil and Water Conservation under some Improved Fallow Plant Species in Vihiga District, Kenya.
Soils in parts of western Kenya are degraded due to continuous cultivation thus contributing to low crop yields. Alternative farming systems involving the use of short-term tree legume fallows are being encouraged instead ...
Farmer- Trainer Extension Approach in Agroforestry: An Application of Cost Benefit Analysis in Selected Project Sites in Kenya
(Kenyatta University, 2001)
Agroforestry can improve productivity in many ways. This includes increased output of tree products, improved yields of associated crops, reduction of cropping systems input and increased labour efficiency. Though ready ...