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FDUBUbombo (airport code; Swaziland)
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The project has linked smallholder farmers growing sugar cane to the nearby Ubombo processing mill Farmers are organized into associations and commit their land to a communally operated and irrigated block farm.
Evaluation of speed effect on the technical efficiency of centre pivot irrigation at Ubombo Sugar estate, Swaziland.
His reports on the Maputoland districts of Ingwavuma and Ubombo for instance, laid the foundations for the large-scale growing of commercial trees in these areas.
Cape, Transkei, off Ubombo (31[degrees]54.3'S 29[degrees]17.8'E), -60-62 m, coarse sand, oyster-shell conglomerate [NMDP].
This prompted the expansion of control measures to Ubombo and Ingwavuma in 1953.
The new, U-shaped main lodge has a central al fresco courtyard leading out to a shaded terrace with views of the Ubombo Mountains and surrounding grasslands.
The Mountain and Forest Lodges offer a unique opportunity to explore several distinct ecosystems, from scuba diving on the world's most southern coral reefs to touring colorful palm savannah and enjoying the vistas from the Ubombo Mountains.
* Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; ([dagger]) South African Institute for Medical Research, Johannesburg, South Africa; ([double dagger]) GOAL, Dublin, Ireland; and ([section]) Ubombo Sugar Limited, Big Bend, Swaziland
It targeted the two northernmost districts, Ingwavuma and Ubombo. Both are rural areas, where malaria is a major problem.
(71.) Karen Brown, 'From Ubombo to Mkhuzi: Disease, Colonial Science, and the Control of Nagana (Livestock Trypanosomosis) in Zululand, South Africa, c.1894-1953', Journal of the History of Medicine 63(2008): 285-322; and 'Environmental and Veterinary History--Some Themes and Suggested Ways Forward', Environment and History 20(2014): 547-559.
Arden Hoppe, Lords of the Fly: Sleeping Sickness Control in British East Africa, 1900-1960 (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2003); Karen Brown, 'From Ubombo to Mkhuzi: Disease, Colonial Science, and the Control of Nagana (Livestock Trypanosomosis) in Zululand, South Africa c.1894-1953', Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 63/3 (2008): 285-322; Maitseo Bolaane, 'Tsetse and Trypanosomosis Control in Okavango Delta, c.1930s-1970s', South African Historical Journal 58/1 (2007): 91-116; Clapperton Mavhunga and Marija Spierenburg, 'A Finger on the Pulse of the Fly: Hidden Voices of Colonial Anti-Tsetse Science on the Rhodesian and Mozambican Borderland, 1945-1956', South African Historical Journal 58/1 (2007): 117-141; Eduard Gargallo, 'A Question of Game or Cattle?