Regeneration and management of Brachystegia spiciformis Benth. and Julbernardia globiflora (Benth.) Troupin in Miombo woodland, Zimbabwe: towards a sustainable management strategy
Sustainable management of indigenous forests in the dry tropics Proceedings of an International Conference, Kadoma, Zimbabwe, 28 May 1 June 1996: 174-188
This paper describes aspects of a research programme designed to investigate the regeneration and use of Brachystegia spiciformis/Julbernardia globiflora woodland in Zimbabwe, in an attempt to generate guidelines for its sustainable management. Miombo woodland, often dominated by B. spiciformis and J. globiflora, represents a rich and diverse resource base for smallscale farmers throughout the region, the importance of which has been ignored in the past by managers and policy-makers.