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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 ...
The use of short-rotation ryegrass at Lincoln College
(New Zealand Grassland Association., 1957)
Apart from pedigree white clover no pasture species has had more impact on the College farm than short-rotation ryegrass. Equally spectacular has been the decreasing dependence on swards based on perennial ryegrass. These ...