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Light land pastures
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 1956)
Approximately ¾ million acres of the Canterbury Plains are classified as light land. The soils are a shallow, stony loam overlying an open, shingle subsoil with a very low moisture holding capacity. The rainfall of 25 ...
Stubble management of hay aftermath
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 1983)
Possible management strategies for areas of stubble left after hay had been harvested from a ryegrass/white clover pasture were studied in a trial on an irrigated Wakanui silt loam at Lincoln College, Canterbury. Following ...
Some observations on short-rotation ryegrass in Canterbury
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 1949)
In 1943 a new ryegrass appeared on the New Zealand market, known first as H1, but later as short rotation ryegrass. This new grass was a hybrid produced by the Grasslands Division, Department of Scientific and Industrial ...
Insect populations of six dryland pastures grown in Canterbury
(NZ Grassland Association, 2016)
The 9 year ‘MaxClover’ experiment at Lincoln University concluded that ryegrass and white clover pastures were less persistent than cocksfoot and lucerne under dryland conditions in Canterbury. Measurements of insect pests ...
The effect of stocking rates on white clover morphology and yield
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1985)
An assessment of the effect of stocking rate on white clover morphology and yield was made in a field experiment conducted at Lincoln College, Canterbury, from October 1983 to August 1984. Irrigated white clover/ryegrass ...