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A study of some soil fertility problems in Canterbury
(Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1959)
Most of the early work associated with improvement of soil fertility was confined to the relatively productive plains and other readily accessible regions. That these areas have been highly developed agriculturally may be ...
Sulphur responses on pastures
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 1957)
The recognition of sulphur deficiency during the last few years over large areas of the South Island may be said to have originated in trials by Lobb (1953, 1954). The implications of earlier work by Doak (1929) and ...
Competition for nutrients between grasses and white clover
(Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1957)
In a grass-clover pasture, the clover content is of considerable importance because of the dependence on symbiotic fixation for supplying the vast nitrogen needs of a highly productive sward. It is well realised that the ...
The effect of the lime-molybdenum interaction on some properties of pasture soils
(Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1955)
Molybdenum is the most recent addition to the list of those elements essential for plant growth. Such insignificant amounts are required to give benefit on deficient areas that results from its application are truly amazing, ...