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Legumes and grasses for dry North Canterbury hill country
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 1978)
Field experiments have been conducted for 6 years at Hunua in North Canterbury to compare a range of grass and legume cultivars for sunny aspects of dry hill country. The most suitable legumes were Woogenellup subterranean ...
Oversowing grasses on sunny and shady faces
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 1972)
Eight grasses were oversown on steep north and south aspects at Hunua, North Canterbury, either initially with clovers or three years after oversowing clovers. On the north aspect, cocksfoot established and persisted ...
Effect of cool season grazing on lucerne production and aphid populations
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 1979)
In a P-year Wairau lucerne trial, plots were grazed on a 3- or 6- weekly rotation; Half of each plot was hard grazed in June to control overwintering aphids. In the second year a spring/autumn spraying was applied. June ...