Paramu Mafongoya
Paramu Mafongoya
Professor of Agriculture, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of KwaZulu Natal
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Building soil nitrogen capital in Africa
KE Giller, G Cadisch, C Ehaliotis, E Adams, WD Sakala, PL Mafongoya
Replenishing soil fertility in Africa 51, 151-192, 1997
Decomposition and nitrogen release patterns of tree prunings and litter
PL Mafongoya, KE Giller, CA Palm
Directions in Tropical Agroforestry Research, 77-97, 1998
Organic matter technologies for integrated nutrient management in smallholder cropping systems of southern Africa
SS Snapp, PL Mafongoya, S Waddington
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 71 (1-3), 185-200, 1998
Management of organic matter in the tropics: translating theory into practice
CA Palm, KE Giller, PL Mafongoya, MJ Swift
Managing Organic Matter in Tropical Soils: Scope and Limitations, 63-75, 2001
Appropriate technologies to replenish soil fertility in southern Africa
PL Mafongoya, A Bationo, J Kihara, BS Waswa
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 76 (2-3), 137-151, 2006
Agroforestry research and development in southern Africa during the 1990s: review and challenges ahead
F Kwesiga, FK Akinnifesi, PL Mafongoya, MH McDermott, A Agumya
Agroforestry systems 59 (3), 173-186, 2003
The potential role of neglected and underutilised crop species as future crops under water scarce conditions in Sub-Saharan Africa
P Chivenge, T Mabhaudhi, AT Modi, P Mafongoya
International journal of environmental research and public health 12 (6 …, 2015
Carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus mineralization of tree leaves and manure
PL Mafongoya, P Barak, JD Reed
Biology and Fertility of soils 30 (4), 298-305, 2000
Mineralization of nitrogen from decomposing leaves of multipurpose trees as affected by their chemical composition
PL Mafongoya, PKR Nair, BH Dzowela
Biology and Fertility of Soils 27 (2), 143-148, 1998
Multipurpose tree prunings as a source of nitrogen to maize under semiarid conditions in Zimbabwe
PL Mafongoya, PKR Nair
Agroforestry systems 35 (1), 31-46, 1996
Who is using the new technology? The association of wealth status and gender with the planting of improved tree fallows in Eastern Province, Zambia
D Phiri, S Franzel, P Mafongoya, I Jere, R Katanga, S Phiri
Agricultural systems 79 (2), 131-144, 2004
Termite damage to maize grown in agroforestry systems, traditional fallows and monoculture on nitrogen‐limited soils in eastern Zambia
G Sileshi, PL Mafongoya, F Kwesiga, P Nkunika
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 7 (1), 61-69, 2005
Nutritional and anti-nutritional characters and rumen degradability of dry matter and nitrogen for some multipurpose tree species with potential for agroforestry in Zimbabwe
BH Dzowela, L Hove, JH Topps, PL Mafongoya
Animal Feed Science and Technology 55 (3-4), 207-214, 1995
Long-term effects of improved legume fallows on soil invertebrate macrofauna and maize yield in eastern Zambia
G Sileshi, PL Mafongoya
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 115 (1-4), 69-78, 2006
Ecological basis of agroforestry
DR Batish, RK Kohli, S Jose, HP Singh
CRC press, 2007
Effect of multipurpose trees, age of cutting and drying method on pruning quality
PL Mafongoya, BH Dzowela, PK Nair
Driven by nature: plant litter quality and decomposition. CAB International …, 1997
Biomass production of tree fallows and their residual effect on maize in Zimbabwe
PL Mafongoya, BH Dzowela
Agroforestry systems 47 (1-3), 139-151, 1999
Nitrogen mineralization and maize yields following application of tree prunings to a sandy soil in Zimbabwe
S Zingore, P Mafongoya, P Nyamugafata, KE Giller
Agroforestry Systems 57 (3), 199-211, 2003
Variation in macrofaunal communities under contrasting land use systems in eastern Zambia
G Sileshi, PL Mafongoya
Applied Soil Ecology 33 (1), 49-60, 2006
Quantity and quality of organic inputs from coppicing leguminous trees influence abundance of soil macrofauna in maize crops in eastern Zambia
G Sileshi, PL Mafongoya
Biology and Fertility of Soils 43 (3), 333-340, 2007
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