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erbaceous biomass yield in two contrasting habitats of a dry tropical environment
 

 ABSTRACT : Herbaceous biomass yield was studied in two contrasting habitats of a dry tropical environment. One habitat was nutrient poor mine spoil whereas the another habitat was nutrient rich forest soil. The herbaceous biomass yield was significantly greater in forest soil in comparison to mine spoil. However, the root/shoot ratio was significantly greater in mine spoil than forest soil.

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