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The Department of Crop Science Production is made up of seven units, Agronomy, Crop Physiology, Crop Protection, Soil Science,Plant Clinic,Horticulture and Forestry & Range

Department of Crop Science & Production(CSP)

Maulenberg F.P., Lecturer

Department of Crop Science & Production
Private Bag 0027,
Gaborone.
Tel: +267 3650146
Fax: +267 3928753

Academic Qualifications

MSc Soil Chemistry, University of Wageningen
BSc Double Major in Chemistry and Biology, University of Botswana

Research Interests

Effect of Calcium on the growth and shelf life of cucumber.
Salinity effects on soils and crop production.
Stress effects on the performance of indigenous rhizobia characterising Botswana soil and plants

Recent Publications

Emongor, V., Pule-Meulenberg, F. and Phole, O. 2004. Effect of Promalin on growth and development of Kale (Brassica oleracea L. Var Acephala DC). Journal of Agronomy 3 (3): 208-214
Kayombo, B. Pule-Meulenberg, F., Moganane, B.G., Dikinya, O., Aliwa, J.N., Nsinawa, M., Gaboutloeloe, G., Patrick, C., Mzuku, M. and Machacha, S. 2004. Characterisation of agriculture related degradation in eastern and western parts of Botswana. Botswana Journal of Technology In press
Pule-Meulenberg, F. and Batisani, N.J. 2003. A review of Botswana soil fertiltiy research: Current Status and Prospects. UNISWA Journal of Agriculture 12:60-67
Pule-Meulenberg, F., Emongor, V. Gaboutloeloe, G., and Batlang, U. 2004. Monitoring of salinity around earth dams used in irrigated vegetable production. A paper presented at the 1st Benron (Botswana Environmental and Natural Resources Observation Network) conference held at University of Botswana, 13-15 July 2004
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