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Nitrogen Fixation in a Uganda Swamp Soil

Abstract

INFORMATION about the swamp-soils of Uganda is important since their agricultural potentialities are largely unknown and the swamps cover a large part of the surface of the country. Work on the relationship between the nitrogen status of some tropical soils and the water regime applied to them has given particularly interesting results with a sandy soil from a papyrus swamp at Namulonge, near Kampala.

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