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The growth and feed quality of three annual clovers under irrigation in northern Victoria

The growth and feed quality of three annual clovers under irrigation in northern Victoria

The challenge: efficient dairy production Proceedings of the conference organized by the Australian and New Zealand Societies of Animal Production March 25-28-1985, Albury Wodonga, Australia: 38-39

At Kyabram, pure swards of Trifolium balansae S.A. 45856 and T. resupinatum Maral were sown at 10 kg/ha, and a mixture of T. subterraneum Clare, Woogenellup and Trikkala at 50 kg/ha on 7 and 28 Feb., 21 Mar., 14 Apr. and 20 June. The first 4 sowings were established by irrigation, and all plots were irrigated on an evaporative interval of 60-70 mm until late Dec. Establishment 14 days after sowing was 36% at the first 2 sowing dates and 69% for late Mar. and mid Apr. sowings.

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