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Competitive ability of Caucasian clover (Trifolium ambiguum) compared with white clover (Trifolium repens) on lowland and high country sites
(Lincoln University, 1996)
The competitive ability of Caucasian clover and white clover was assessed at three fertile lowland sites of different ages and one low fertility 21 year old high country site during autumn 1996. The first lowland site ...
The importance of roots and rhizomes as storage organs of nutrients in the persistence of Caucasian clover
(Lincoln University, 1993)
Caucasian clover is the only one of nine sown legumes species still persisting in the absence of maintenance fertiliser in a fertility gradient field trial established by FRI at Mt. Possession Station, mid Canterbury in ...
Autumn yield of caucasian and white clover pastures under irrigated and drought conditions
(Lincoln University, 1998)
The autumn performance of Caucasian clover, white clover and five grass species: perennial ryegrass, cocksfoot, phalaris, tall fescue and grazing brome were examined at Lincoln University during autumn 1998, after a summer ...