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Transactions of the Zimbabwe Scientific Association

The Zimbabwe Scientific Association was founded in Bulawayo in 1899 (called the Rhodesia Scientific Assocation at the time) to promote the study and advancement of science in Zimbabwe and to facilitate the acquisition and dissemination of scientific knowledge. Its journal, Transactions of the Zimbabwe Scientific Association, was first published in 1903 and is now in its seventy-second volume. It is a multi-disciplinary journal and publishes papers on any aspect of science in Zimbabwe or the southern African region.

The Transactions of the Zimbabwe Scientific Association has ceased publication.

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Vol 72 (1998): Supplement

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Articles

Enviromental adaptation and performance of various agroforestry tree species in Zimbabwe. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ben H. Dzowela 2-9
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18496
Performance of some multipurpose tree species: the Forestry Commission experience. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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A. Mushaka, D. Maruzane 10-14
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18497
Annual legumes for improving soil fertility in the smallholder maize-based systems in Zimbabwe. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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D. Hikwa, S.R. Waddington. 15-26
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18498
Crop-livestock interactions: considerations of direct and indirect utilisation of MPTs and/or herbaceous biomass in soil fertility management. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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L.R. Ndlovu 27-30
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18499
Soil fertility replenishment through agroforestry systems in two contrasting agro-ecological zones of Zimbabwe. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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P.L. Mafongoya, B.H. Dzowela 31-42
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18500
The potential role of agroforestry in maintaining soil fertility on communal dambos of Matopo: towards a holistic approach to dambo management. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Daniel Sithole 43-47
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18501
Changing C and N Levels of miombo woodland litter. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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F. Mutambanengwe 48-54
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18502
The value of trees in low input agriculture systems in Zimbabwe. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Petros Nyathi 55-59
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18503
Opportunities for the introduction of pigeon peas into smallholder farming systems in Zimbabwe. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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P. Mapfumo, P. Mafongoya, S. Mpepereki 60-65
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18504
An assessment of alternative perennials for use in agroforestry systems of smallholder farmers. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Sam Muchena 66-68
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18505
Forestry extension services contribution towards agroforestry for soil fertility improvement. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Judith T. Nyakabau 69-71
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18506
Improved fallows for sustainable food security in eastern Zambia. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Freddie Kwesiga 72-83
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18507
Introduction of improved fallows of Sesbania and pigeon pea under a maize stand. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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C. Nyakanda, I.K. Mariga, B.H. Dzowela, H. Murwira, N. Tinofireyi 84-87
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18508
Nutrient balances in improved fallows of Sesbania sesban in a maize-based system in sandy soils of Zimbabwe. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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C. Chibudu 88-92
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18509
A synopsis of ICRAF's first agroforestry technology dissemination planning workshop, Kadoma Ranch Motel, 28-30 July 1997, Kadoma. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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P.R. Makaya 93-95
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/tzsa.v72i2.18510


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