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Pasture and pasture research in New Zealand : with special reference to the role of pasture and pasture plants in soil conservation : together with an appendix covering a study of the effects of varying day length and temperature on six different strains of lucerne
(Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1959)
The importance of pasture and pasture plants in soil conservation in world agriculture cannot be gainsaid. Unfortunately pasture lands heir to a large number of problems such as ravages of serious erosion in most parts of ...
A study of the nutritive value of untopdressed hill country pastures
(Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1951)
Pastures provide the natural food supply of grazing animals and are the raw materials for the world's wool, meat and dairying industries. In an effort to increase livestock production, research workers have been developing ...