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The place of lucerne in dry-land farming
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 1962)
Lucerne as a dry-land fodder plant is centuries old. It is used in most lands subject to dry summer conditions. Its deep rooting characteristic, its winter dormancy, and its rapid growth in high temperatures fit it for ...
Pastures and their improvement in relation to the management of foot-hill farms in Canterbury
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 1936)
The foothill areas of Canterbury consist of a large portion of the province, extending from the Conway River in the north to the Waitaki River in the south, a distance of some 230 miles. This same area varies in width ...