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Contamination of white clover seed crops by buried seed
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 1992)
The first study examined white clover seed loss in the offal trail of a header harvester. Seed counts in offal trails were 83 800/m² compared to intermediate areas at 22 500/m². Consequent problems in sampling for buried ...
Influence of the endophyte fungus in ryegrass on grazing preference by sheep
(Lincoln University, 1990)
Animal productivity may be enhanced through greater intake associated with the use of preferred pasture species provided they are of high nutritional value. Grazing preference by ewe hoggets was investigated in three grazing ...
Grazing preference for pasture species by sheep is affected by endophyte and nitrogen fertility
(New Zealand Grassland Association, 1993)
The grazing response of ewe hoggets offered tall fescue, endophyte-infected (+E) or endophyte-free (-E) perennial ryegrass all sown with white clover into a fertile silt loam was examined in April 1990. In a second experiment ...