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An evaluation of Ariki ryegrass under Canterbury conditions
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1965)
Following the success of Corkhill (1945) in producing short-rotation ryegrass (Lolium perenne x Lolium multiflorum) with controlled hybridisation and selection, the Plant Breeding Division of the D.S.I.R. (N.Z.) began a ...
Genetical studies on prairie grass
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1963)
In New Zealand, prairie grass has attracted attention because of its ability to grow well into the autumn and winter, and a number of physiological studies on the growth of this plant have been reported (karim, 1961; Langer, ...
Physiological and agronomic studies on prairie grass (Bromus catharticus)
(Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1961)
In a study to assess the potentiality of a plant as an agricultural crop, the aim of the investigation is that of studying the growth of that plant in certain environments; in particular, in relation to those factors which ...