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Abstract Napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum Schum.) is extremely valuable in eastern Africa, but high biomass production is often limited by poor establishment. An experiment was carried out at Makerere University Agricultural Research Institute, Kaban

Sseremba, O. E., Kaboggoza, J. R. S, Ziraba, N. Y., Mugabi, P.; Banana, A. Y., Zziwa, A., Kambugu, R. K., Kizito, S., Syofuna, A., Ndawula, J. (2010). Selected strength and machining properties of the wood of Albizia coriaria, Markhamia lutea  and Chrysophyllum albidum  used in Uganda's furniture industry. International Wood Products Journal, 1 (2): 96-101.

Chainsaw milling in Uganda

Kambugu R. K., Banana A. Y. and Odokonyero G. (2010). Chainsaw milling in Uganda. In: Marieke W. and van Dam J. (Eds.). Chainsaw milling: Supplier of local markets. Tropenbos International, Wageningen, the Netherlands. PP 194 – 202.

Enhancing crop and livestock productivity: Learning and planning with local agro-pastoral communities in Nakapiripirit Karamoja Region of Uganda

Nanyeenya W. N., Mutumba C., Wanyama J., Mutyaba C. & Tengei, M. (2010). Enhancing crop and livestock productivity: Learning and planning with local agro-pastoral communities in Nakapiripirit Karamoja Region of Uganda. In: Mwangi, M. (Editor). Contributions of agricultural sciences towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals,. FaCT Publishing, Nairobi, Kenya. ISBN: 978 9966 7415 2, 6. 23–35.

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