Bush Encroachment Information
CONTROL OF BUSH ENCROACHMENT: It is becoming increasingly important to control Bush Encroachment and to work out a proper program that will give you the best results over a longer period, with the least financial cost. It is therefore crucial to use the knowledge and experiences of a weed control specialist.
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DO WE UNDERSTAND THE CAUSES OF BUSH ENCROACHMENT IN AFRICAN SAVANNAS?
By D. Ward, Department of Conservation Ecology, University of Stellenbosch, 24 January 2005
Bush encroachment affects the agricultural productivity and biodiversity of 10-20 million ha of South Africa. Many people believe that we understand the causes of bush encroachment. We do not.... click here to read more...
EFFECTS OF RAIN, NITROGEN, FIRE AND GRAZING ON BUSH ENCROACHMENT
Tineke Kraaij (email@example.com) Department of Conservation Ecology, University of Stellenbosch April, 2002
Increases in woody plant density (‘bush encroachment’) reduce livestock production and biodiversity. By convention, soil moisture, soil nutrients, fire and herbivory are regarded as the principal factors governing the tree-grass ratio of savannas. An experiment..... click here to read more...
CONVERTING BUSH ENCROACHMENT PROBLEM INTO CLEAN ENERGY
Kevin James Moore, 25 February 2010
The bush infestation in Namibia affects 26 million hectares and has lead to a 60 percent decline of commercial livestock over the last 40 years, causing losses to the national economy, according to... click here to read more...
DETAILED BUSH ENCROACHMENT DISCUSSION
43rd Annual Congress of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa, 24 jULY 2008
Plant invasions affect virtually all ecosystems on earth. Even those pockets of land set aside as protected areas which are mandated for conservation of biodiversity are affected.... click here to read more...
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