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How important is the botanical composition of pastures?



How important is the botanical composition of pastures?



Journal of the Agricultural Society, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth 62: 126-139



In this review, annual and seasonal herbage production and quality of pure stands of various grass spp. are considered. The effect of botanical composition on animal production is discussed.

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