Are They Competing Or Compensating on Farm?: Status of Indigenous and Exotic Tree Species in a Wide Range of Agro-ecological Zones of Eastern and Central Kenya, Surrounding Mt. Kenya : Results of Vegetation, Farmer, and Nursery Surveys
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Acacia mearnsii agro-ecological zones Appendix Average number Azadirachta indica biodiversity caffss Carica papaya cattaa Citrus limon Citrus sinensis Commiphora constraints Cordia africana crops Croton megalocarpus Cupressus lusitanica diversity Embu District Embu Kirinyaga Nyeri Eucalyptus saligna exatic exotic species exotic tree species five districts germplasm Grevillea robusta highland Lower highland highland Upper midland ICRAF indigenaas 1.0 indigenous and exotic indigenous species indigenous tree species Kindt Kirinyaga District Kirinyaga Nyeri Laikipia Laikipia districts LH(Lower Lower highland Upper Macadamia tetraphylla maize Mangifera indica Margiaal Meru Embu Kirinyaga midland Lower midland midland zones Musa sapientum number of species number of trees nursery management nursery operators nursery survey Nyeri and Laikipia percentage Persea americana plot potential evaporation Prunus africana raachiag seed Senna siamea soil species composition Species name species richness Table Tea-dairy Terminalia brownii timber total number tree propagation UM(Upper Upper highland Lower Upper midland Lower Vitex keniensis zone category