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- Amelioration of a degraded Oxic Paleustalf by leguminous and natural fallows
- Changes in size and composition of weed communities during planted and natural fallows
- Clustering shrub and tree legumes grown in acid and non-acid soil conditions using rank performance data.
- Effects of ectomycorrhizal and vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on drought tolerance of four leguminous woody seedlings
- Farmers' adoptability of Mucuna fallowing and agroforestry technologies in the coastal savanna of Benin.
- Growth of ten multipurpose tree species on acid soils in Sangmelima, Cameroon
- Improving maize production through nitrogen supply from ten rarely-used organic resources in Ghana
- Litter and biomass production from planted and natural fallows on a degraded soil in southwestern Nigeria
- Long term impact of Acacia auriculiformis woodlots growing in rotation with cassava and maize on the carbon and nutrient contents of savannah sandy soils in the humid tropics (Democratic Republic of Congo)
- N availability, soil microbial biomass and β-glucosidase activity as influenced by the decomposition of nine plant residues during soil fertility improvement in Ghana
- Natural nodulation of Acacia mangium–Acacia auriculiformis hybrids: distribution of the indigenous strains in the nodules
- Participative farmer testing of four low external input technologies, to address soil fertility decline in Mono province (Benin)
- Response of two Acacia species to drought and inoculation with an ectomycorrhizal fungus
- Screening woody and shrub legumes for growth, nodulation and nitrogen-fixation potential in two contrasting soils
- Symbiosis of Acacia auriculiformis and Acacia mangium with mycorrhizal fungi and Bradyrhizobium spp. improves salt tolerance in greenhouse conditions.