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The African Journal of Range & Forage Science is the leading rangeland and pastoral journal in Africa. The Journal is dedicated to publishing quality original material that advances rangeland ecology and pasture management in Africa. 

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Vol 36, No 1 (2019)

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Articles

When less is more: heterogeneity in grass patch height supports herbivores in counter-intuitive ways EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Rina C.C. Grant, Judith Botha, Thelani C. Grant, Mike J.S. Peel, Izak P.J. Smit 1-8
The effect of fire history on soil nutrients and soil organic carbon in a semi-arid savanna woodland, central Namibia EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Elise Nghalipo, Dave Joubert, Heather Throop, Alexander Groengroeft 9-16
Estimating evapotranspiration in semi-arid rangelands: connecting reference to actual evapotranspiration and the role of soil evaporation EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Onalenna Gwate, Sukhmani K. Mantel, Andiswa Finca, Lesley A. Gibson, Zahn Munch, Anthony R. Palmer 17-25
Assessing legumes indigenous to South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland for their pasture potential EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Marike Trytsman, Elizabeth L. Masemola, Francuois L. Müller, Frikkie J. Calitz, Abraham E. van Wyk 27-40
The influence of phosphorus and calcium application rates on the mineral composition of the perennial legume Macrotyloma axillare EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Karina Batista, Luciana Gerdes, Alessandra Aparecida Giacomini, Waldssimiler Teixeira de Mattos, Ivani Pozar Otsuk 41-48
Remediation of salt-affected soil by natural and chemical amendments to improve berseem clover yield and nutritive quality EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Zainab Mohamed Abd El-Naby, Wafaa Abd El-Karim Hafez, Hanan Ahmed Hashem 49-60
Growth in three Karoo shrub species under various grazing treatments: the tracking of marked individuals over 25 years EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Helga van der Merwe, Suzanne J. Milton 61-66
A comparative analysis of the morphology and nutritive value of five South African native grass species grown under controlled conditions EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Khuliso E. Ravhuhali, Victor Mlambo, Tefera S. Beyene, Lobina G. Palamuleni 67-70
Book Review: Cattle of the Ages: Ankole Cattle in South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Marguerite Poland 71-72


ISSN: 1727-9380
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