Agroforestry Technologies for Southern Africa
Agroforestry research and development in southern Africa during the 1990s
Nitrate-N dynamics following improved fallows and maize root development in a Zimbabwean sandy clay loam
Water balance and maize yield following improved sesbania fallow in eastern Zambia
Partitioning of simulated rainfall in a kaolinitic soil under improved fallow–maize rotation in Zimbabwe
Water and nitrogen dynamics in rotational woodlots of five tree species in western Tanzania
The effects of drying temperature on chemical composition and nutritive value of some tropical fodder shrubs
Mixed planted-fallows using coppicing and non-coppicing tree species for degraded Acrisols in eastern Zambia
Rotational woodlot technology in northwestern Tanzania
Tree and crop productivity in gliricidia/maize/pigeonpea cropping systems in southern Malawi
Tephrosia species and provenances for improved fallows in southern Africa
Population status and gender imbalance of the marula tree, Sclerocarya birrea subsp. caffra in northern Namibia
Income and labour productivity of collection and use of indigenous fruit tree products in Zimbabwe
Potential for adoption of Sesbania sesban improved fallows in Zimbabwe
Adoption of improved fallow technology for soil fertility management in Zambia
Implications of local policies and institutions on the adoption of improved fallows in eastern Zambia