The use of short-rotation ryegrass at Lincoln College
Apart from pedigree white clover no pasture species has had more impact on the College farm than short-rotation ryegrass. Equally spectacular has been the decreasing dependence on swards based on perennial ryegrass. These changes are not typical of Canterbury farming, although they can be paralleled on individual farms. Details of the changes are given as well as some background of the setting in which they have occurred.
Fields of Research0703 Crop and Pasture Production
TypeConference Contribution - published (Conference Paper)
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