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)
Mojeremane W., Lecturer
Department of Crop Science & Production
Private Bag 0027,
Tel: +267 3650198
Fax: +267 3928753
PhD Ecology and Resource Management, University of Endinburgh
MSc Environmental Forestry, University of Wales, Bangor
BSc (Hons) Forestry, University of Wales, Bangor
Diploma in Forestry, Lesotho
Ecology and Silviculture of important indigenous tree in Botswana
Mojeremane W., Rees RM and Mencuccini M. (2009). Effects of site preparation for afforestation on methane fluxes at Harwood forest, NE England. Biogeochemistry Doi 10.1007/s10533−009−9322−z. .
Nduwayezu JB and Mojeremane W. (2005).Decomposition dynamics of leaves of six indigenous fruit trees commonly found on croplands of southern Africa. Botswana Journal of Agriculture and Applied Sciences (BOJAAS) 1: 50−56.
Mojeremane W and Kgathi T. (2005). Seeds treatments for enhancing germination of Colophospermum mopane seeds, a multipurpose tree in Botswana. Journal of Biological Sciences 5: 309−311.
Mojeremane W . and Cahalan CM. (2004). The effect of two tree shelter heights and three pruning regimes on the growth and form of sessile oak ( Quercus petraea (Matt.) Liebl.). Quarterly Journal of Forestry 98: 107−112.
Nduwayezu JB and Mojeremane W . ( 2003). Agroforestry systems suitable for rehabilitating degraded lands in Botswana. UNISWA Journal of Agriculture , 12:53−59.