Lucerne agronomy, Middlemarch
Dry matter yield and botanical composition of the ‘MaxClover’ grazing experiment at Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand. PHOTO DIARY -2002/03 to 2010/11. Funded by Beef and Lamb New Zealand.
KeywordsAlfalfa; Animal health; Balansa clover; Caucasian clover; Cocksfoot; Dactylis glomerata; Development; Dry matter; Dry matter partitioning; Establishment; Grazing management; Growth; Landscape farming; Liveweight production; Persistence; Medicago sativa; nodulation; Orchardgrass; overgrazing; perennial ryegrass; profit; quality; rainfall; Rhizobia; Sheep; Sowing rate; Sowing time; Stocking rate; Subterranean clover; Water use efficiency; White clover; Yield
Fields of Research070302 Agronomy
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CitationMoot, D.J., Mills, A., Lucas, R.J., Pollock, K.M., & Smith, M. (2014). Lucerne agronomy, Middlemarch.
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