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The social impacts of horticultural development in Canterbury
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1984)
This is a study of the social aspects of agricultural land use change, in particular, the intensification of pastoral and arable land through the development of irrigation and field-scale horticultural production systems ...
Economic evaluation of Matua prairie grass as a pasture species on Canterbury sheep farms
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1987-09)
Matua prairie grass could play a significant role on Canterbury pastoral farms as a perennial greenfeed. It should not be seen as a substitute for ryegrass/white clover pastures or for lucerne stands but rather as a ...