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The effects of fire frequency on the organic components of a basaltic soil in the Kruger National Park


, : The effects of fire frequency on the organic components of a basaltic soil in the Kruger National Park. South African Journal of Plant and Soil 7(4): 236-238

A study was undertaken to determine which soil organic biological factors were responsive to burning regime. Surface soils (0-15 cm) were sampled from the plots burned annually, biennially and triennially in winter, as well as the plot protected from fire for thirty-four years, in the Nwanedzi fire trial in the Kruger National Park.

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