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Tea and biofertilizers: A below ground biodiversity sustainable approach
Tea is produced in the humid tropical and sub-tropical regions, which are home to rich biodiversity. The tea plantation environments have the potential to conserve a rich biodiversity which could serve as a source of ...
The Role of Selected Environmental Factors on the Regeneration of (Ocotea usambarensis ) in Mount Kenya Forest, Kenya
(International Journal of Agriculture, Environment and Bioresearch, 2018)
Despites the propagation efforts, density of Ocotea usambarensis has continued to diminish in the southern slopes of Mount Kenya. The species which is native in the montane forest is seldom on farm and found as remnant ...
Sustainable Utilization of Wetlands Resources in Selected Areas of Nyamira County, Kenya
(Research journali’s Journal of Geography, 2015)
Researches on wetland utilization in Kenya focus more on wetlands located in the ASALs and Lowland areas giving less emphasis to those in high agricultural potential highland areas. This paper examined the utilization of ...