Title: Management of Rangelands: Use of Natural ...
Publisher: Regional Land Management Unit
Publication Date: 2002
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
64 pp., illustrations, bibliography. cover is scuffed. Traditional livestock production in Zambia is characterized by free-range grazing on communal lands, sometimes with a damaging effect on the environment. With improved grazing practices, both livestock performance and condition of the land can be improved. Management of rangelands describes the different vegetation types of the rangelands in Southern Province of Zambia, and what potential there is for improving the natural grasses. The manual suggests management practices to improve the natural rangelands as well as techniques to establish improved pasture. It contains descriptions of the most valuable species of natural and improved grasses and legumes, and trees and shrubs, suitable for livestock. The book will be of use for extension agents and development workers in Zambia and other areas with similar climate and vegetation types. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 9966896619PNGCON13X071513
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