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Potentialities of the banana tree in the management and conservation of acid ferralitic soils in Burundi


, : Potentialities of the banana tree in the management and conservation of acid ferralitic soils in Burundi. Cahiers ORSTOM, Serie Pedologie 1996; 28(2): 367-383

The productivity and effects of banana residues on runoff and erosion were studied on an acid and leached ferralitic soil at Mashitsi station located in the humid highlands of Burundi.


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