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Ecological studies of the vegetation of the Sudan. 1. Acacia senegal (L.) Willd. and its natural regeneration



Ecological studies of the vegetation of the Sudan. 1. Acacia senegal (L.) Willd. and its natural regeneration



J. appl. Ecol, 7: 3, 507-18



A study of the size, age and density of stocking of A. senegal in a series of plots in Kordofan showed that the species is still capable of maintaining itself by natural regeneration over many parts of the former Gum belt of the Sudan, where the average annual rainfall is 300-450 mm., provided that the local system of land use is favourable.

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