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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



Recent Publications

Jama, B., Elias, E. and Mogotsi, K . 2004. Role of agroforestry in improving food security and natural resource management in the drylands: a regional overview. A paper presented at a symposium on the rehabilitation of drylands in Ethiopia: ecology and management (in press)

Temu, A.B., Chakereza, S., Mogotsi, K., Munthali D. and Mulinge, R. (edits.) 2004. Re-building Africa Capacity for Agricultural Development: The Roles of Tertiary Education. ISBN 92-9059-1609

Mogotsi, K.K. (2004) Agroforestry Practical Teaching and Learning Facilities (AFPTFs) as Models for Outreach in Africa. In Temu, A.B., Chakereza, S., Mogotsi, K., Munthali D. and Mulinge, R. (edits.) 2004. Re-building Africa Capacity for Agricultural Development: The Roles of Tertiary Education. ISBN 92-9059-1609

Temu A, Mwanje I and Mogotsi K. (2003). Improving Agricultural and Natural Resources Education in Africa: A stitch in Time. Nairobi, Kenya: World Agroforesty Center (ICRAF). ISBN: 929059 36pp

Mogotsi, K.K . and G.C. Mrema (1995). Training for self-employment at the Botswana College of Agriculture. In Mrema G.C. and J.J. Woodend (eds) 1994. Higher Education and Training in Agricultural Science for the Private Sector: Experiences from the SADC countries. Gaborone, SACCAR, ISBN 99912-62-00, pp 161-165.

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