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Let's look at Grasses. Guide to the common grasses of Namibia and their usage

Let's look at Grasses. Guide to the common grasses of Namibia and their usage

How to identify common Namibian grasses, is part of this educational guide as well as a look at their usage.
Sguazzin; Burke; du Toit
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99916-43-11-7
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Book title: Let's look at Grasses
Subtitle: Guide to the common grasses of Namibia and their usage
Editor: Teresa Sguazzin; Antje Burke; Derick du Toit
Desert Research Foundation of Namibia
Windhoek, Namibia 1996
ISBN 99916-43-11-7
Softcover, 15x21 cm, 81 pages, numerous bw-illustrations


Description:

This educational book by the Desert Research Foundation of Namibia will provide you with an introduction to grasses and some of their uses, was well as enabling you to identify some of Namibia’s most common grass species.

From: Overstocking

How many livestock can be kept on a particular piece of land without destroying the essential soil and vegetation? In a country like Namibia, the answer to this question varies from season to season and year to year. Namibian farmers have to be particularly careful not to overstock their land, as most of our country is arid with sparse vegetation cover and consequently has a low carrying capacity.

The term "carrying capacity" refers to how many livestock can be supported by vegetation in a defined area. The lower the vegetation cover or the less palatable the grazing the lower the carrying capacity. There are problems with the term "carrying capacity" in a country like Namibia if researchers calculate it once and try to apply it over long periods.