Effect of long-term burning frequency on vegetation and soil in semi-arid savannas of Africa
This burning trial is the longest trial in the continent of Africa and established in 1970 by Prof Winston Trollope, former employee of the University of Fort Hare. The original aim of the study was to investigate the effects of burning frequency (from none to every six year) on woody vegetation, grass biomass, diversity and soil properties.
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