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    • Edaphic adaptation in species of Chionochloa 

      Mugambi, Susan M. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1971)
      Species of Chionochloa are tall tussock grasses which dominate the mountain vegetation in both islands of New Zealand. In the South Island they cover more than ten million acres of high country above about 600 metres and ...
    • Grazing management parameters in semi-arid tussock high country 

      Edge, A. B. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1979)
      At Tara Hills High Country Research Station in North Otago the herbage available on 500.1 ha of steep semi-arid high country was measured for one growing season using a capacitance probe instrument. The technique was ...
    • Proceedings of the 1985 Hill and High Country Seminar, Lincoln College, July 1985 

      Robertson, B. T.; Johnston, W. (Centre for Resource Management, 1986-03)
      The proceedings include the full text of the following papers: G. Batten, The challenge of goats; B. R. D. Purchas, Goat management and fibre returns; Joan E. Radcliffe, Gorse control with goats; G. L. Holgate Sweet brier ...
    • Some aspects of herbage quality in Canterbury high and hill country pastures 

      Clarke, D. G. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1977)
      A current review of some general aspects of herbage quality and its evaluation is presented. It is concluded that the two-stage in vitro digestion procedure is a reliable predictor of in vivo digestibility, and that the ...