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Distribution and importance of Ethiopian Vertisols and location of study sites

By: Srivastava, K.L.
Contributor(s): Abiye Astatke [coaut.] | Hailu Regassa [coaut.] | Mesfin Abebe [coaut.] | Mitiku Haile [coaut.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookAnalytics: Show analyticsPublisher: 1993ISBN: 92-9053-269-6.Subject(s): Africa | Africa south of Sahara | Biogeography | Chemicophysical properties | Classification | East Africa | Genetic soil types | Soil chemicophysical properties AGROVOC | Soil science and management | Soil typesDDC classification: 95-018631 In: Tekalign Mamo; Abiye-Astatke; Srivastava,-K.L.; Asgelil-Dibabe (eds.). Technical Committee of the Joint Vertisol Project, Addis Ababa (Ethiopia). Improved management of Vertisols for sustainable crop-livestock production in the Ethiopian highlands: Synthesis report 1986-92. Addis Ababa (Ethiopia). ILCA. Mar 1993. p. 13-2795-018631Summary: This chapter describes the distribution, use and importance of Vertisols in Ethiopia and indicates the study sites of the Joint Vertisol Project. Land and soil features are examined with partic. ref. to parent materials and landscape features, soil characterisation (colour, texture and depth-to-root-restricting layer). Distribution of Vertisols along the 12 physiographic regions of Ethiopia is described, the major agro-ecological zones of Ethiopia is listed, and distribution of Vertisols and their associations in Ethiopia is shown. Also grain yields of some food crops on Vertisols under traditional management in the centralCollection: AGRIS Collection
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This chapter describes the distribution, use and importance of Vertisols in Ethiopia and indicates the study sites of the Joint Vertisol Project. Land and soil features are examined with partic. ref. to parent materials and landscape features, soil characterisation (colour, texture and depth-to-root-restricting layer). Distribution of Vertisols along the 12 physiographic regions of Ethiopia is described, the major agro-ecological zones of Ethiopia is listed, and distribution of Vertisols and their associations in Ethiopia is shown. Also grain yields of some food crops on Vertisols under traditional management in the central

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