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Influence of environmental factors on the abundance of naturalised annual clovers in the South Island hill and high country
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 2010)
The abundance of four naturalised annual clovers (striated, cluster, suckling, haresfoot) and two sown clovers (subterranean and white clover) was investigated in relation to topographical, soil fertility and management ...
Effects of MaxP™ endophyte in tall fescue on pasture production and sheep grazing preference, in a dryland environment
(New Zealand Grassland Association, 2007)
Pasture growth, botanical composition and sheep grazing preference were measured over 20 months in tall fescue (cultivar Advance), without endophyte (Nil) or infected with AR542 (MaxPTM) endophyte, and clover pastures sown ...
In vitro fermentation characteristics of ryegrass-white clover sward containing different proportions of chicory
(New Zealand Society of Animal Production, 2017)
Chicory (Cichorum intybus) is a deep-rooted grazeable forage used to overcome production and nutritive value shortfalls of perennial ryegrass (Loliun perenne) and white clover (Trifolium repens) swards during summer drought ...
Milk yield and urinary-nitrogen excretion of dairy cows grazing forb pasture mixtures designed to reduce nitrogen leaching
The effect of including a mixture of forbs in a standard perennial ryegrass-white clover pasture, with or without Italian ryegrass was investigated in a two-period grazing study comparing urinary nitrogen (N) excretion and ...
Development of a forage evaluation system for perennial ryegrass cultivar and endophyte combinations in New Zealand dairy systems
(New South Wales Department of Primary Industry, 2013-09)
An economic index for perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) cultivars is a relatively new concept, although recently introduced in Ireland (McEvoy et al. 2011). By contrast, in dairy cattle breeding, the concept of an ...