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Tough grass beats insects and drought

Tough grass beats insects and drought

New Zealand Journal of Agriculture 142(6): 20-22

A new cultivar, Grasslands Maru, of Phalaris aquatica, is described from New Zealand that is recommended for use in pastures where soils are too dry for perennial ryegrass to persist and where surface erosion or insect damage, especially from stem weevil (Listronotus bonariensis (Kuschel)) and black beetle (Heteronychus arator (F.)), is important

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