Soil surveys 1971-72 by J. D. Kingston

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Statementby J.D. Kingston, A.J.B. Mitchell, E.M. Ntokotha ; edited by D.W. Billing, A.J.B. Mitchell..
ContributionsMitchell, A. J. B., Ntokotha, E. M., Billing, D. W., Malawi. Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Soil Survey Section.
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Pagination189 p., (20) leaves of plates :
Number of Pages189
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