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Effect of soil tillage, crop rotation and nitrogen application rates on soil mineral-N levels in the Swartland wheat producing area of South Africa
Studies on nitrogen (N) levels in soil were conducted from 1997 to 2000 in a long-term tillage and crop rotation trial, which started in 1976. Three tillage methods namely conventional tillage (CT), tine tillage (TT), and ...
Perceptions and consumption of game meat by a group of tourists visiting South Africa
The perceptions and consumption of game meat by overseas tourists visiting the Western Cape, South Africa, was researched by means of the survey procedure using a structured, self-administered questionnaire. The research ...
Diet in relation to prey of Cape clawless otters in two rivers in the Western Cape Province, South Africa
The annual and seasonal diet of Cape clawless otters (Aonyx capensis (Schinz, 1821)) in the Olifants and Eerste rivers, Western Cape Province, South Africa, is described. Seasonal diet is discussed in relation to the ...
Foraging and territorial behaviour of male Cape and Gurney's sugarbirds (Promerops cafer and P. gurneyi)
Foraging and territorial behaviour of Cape and Gurney's sugarbirds were studied in the Western Cape and eastern Free State of South Africa, respectively. Cape sugarbirds spent most of their time in territory defence and ...
Effect of soil tillage, crop rotation and nitrogen application rates on grain yield of spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in the Swartland wheat producing area of the Republic of South Africa
Studies on spring wheat yield components were conducted during the 2000 and 2001 growing seasons only, while grain yield responses to tillage, crop rotation and N rates during these years were compared to the mean yield ...
Lithostratigraphic correlations in the western branch of the Pan-African Saldania belt, South Africa: The Malmesbury Group revisited
A new lithostratigraphic subdivision is proposed for the low-grade metamorphic, supracrustal rocks of the Pan-African Saldania Belt of the Western Cape Province South Africa, previously referred to as the Malmesbury Group. ...