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
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
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), 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
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
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
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
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
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
Biomass production of tree fallows and their residual effect on maize in Zimbabwe
PL Mafongoya, BH Dzowela
Agroforestry systems 47 (1), 139-151, 1999
Effect of multipurpose trees, age of cutting and drying method on pruning quality.
PL Mafongoya, BH Dzowela, PK Nair
Effect of multipurpose trees, age of cutting and drying method on pruning …, 1997
Conservation agriculture and its impact on soil quality and maize yield: A South African perspective
NJ Sithole, LS Magwaza, PL Mafongoya
Soil and Tillage Research 162, 55-67, 2016
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
Water balance and maize yield following improved sesbania fallow in eastern Zambia
E Phiri, H Verplancke, F Kwesiga, P Mafongoya
Agroforestry systems 59 (3), 197-205, 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
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