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The Significance of Soil Erosion on Soil Fertility Under Different Tillage Systems and Granitic Sandy Soils in Semi-Arid Zimbabwe: A Comparison of Nutrient Losses Due to Sheet Erosion, Leaching and Plant Uptake

By Adelaide Munodawafa

Submitted: December 1st 2010Reviewed: May 15th 2011Published: October 21st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/23992

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Adelaide Munodawafa (October 21st 2011). The Significance of Soil Erosion on Soil Fertility Under Different Tillage Systems and Granitic Sandy Soils in Semi-Arid Zimbabwe: A Comparison of Nutrient Losses Due to Sheet Erosion, Leaching and Plant Uptake, Soil Erosion Issues in Agriculture Danilo Godone, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/23992. Available from:

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