EurekaMag.com logo
+ Site Statistics
References:
53,869,633
Abstracts:
29,686,251
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

Cultural practices influencing legume establishment and persistence in Australia



Cultural practices influencing legume establishment and persistence in Australia



Persistence of forage legumes Proceedings of a trilateral workshop, 18-22 July, 1988, Honolulu, Hawaii: 249-264



Establishment, fertilizer, irrigation, mowing and pasture renovation practices that influence the persistence of important pasture and hay legumes in Australia are reviewed. It was concluded that establishment requirements in high rainfall or irrigated environments were well known and, when adopted, gave adequate establishment. Establishment and regeneration of annual temperate legumes in ley pastures were often constrained by cropping practices and by herbicides required for weed control.

(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 001790248

Download citation: RISBibTeXText



Related references

Plant-animal factors influencing legume persistence. Persistence of forage legumes Proceedings of a trilateral workshop, 18-22 July, 1988, Honolulu, Hawaii: 361-374, 1989

Evaluation of various cultural methods for no-till legume establishment in grass sods. 74th Annual progress report Rice Experiment Station, Crowley, Louisiana 1982: 426-438, .

Environmental interactions influencing innovative practices in legume inoculation. World Soybean Research Conference III: proceedings edited by Richard Shibles: 950, 1985

Evaluation of various cultural methods for no-till legume establishment in grass sods (a preliminary report). Annual progress report Louisiana Rice Experiment Station: 4th) 426-438, 1982

A note on the effect of cultural practices on yield of forage cereal-legume mixtures. Forage Research 5(1): 89-92, 1979

Influence of cultural practices on the persistence of atrazine in the soil. Proceedings of the 1992 Congress of the Spanish Weed Science Society: 321-322, 1992

Cultural practices and chemicals which affect the persistence of carbamothioates in soil. Abstracts of Papers American Chemical Society 198: AGRO 129, 1989

Factors influencing mycorrhizal development in some cultural practices. Recent advances in Botany. Vol. II, 1744-1748, 1961

Studies on cultural practices for establishment of broad beans. Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration, Crops 27(2): 207-217, 1985

Incidence of sowing date, fertilization and irrigation practices on establishment of a legume-grass mixed pasture. Archivos Latinoamericanos de Produccion Animal 8(2): 51-54, 2000

Cultural practices and chemicals that affect the persistence of carbamothioate herbicides in soil. Racke, K. D. And J. R. Coats (ed.). Acs (american Chemical Society) Symposium Series, Vol. 426. Enhanced Biodegradation Of Pesticides In The Environment; H National Meeting, Miami Beach, Florida, Usa, September 10-15, 1989. X 302p. American Chemical Society: Washington, D.c., Usa. Illus. 222-239, 1990

Some cultural practices promoting the re-establishment of vineyards affected by phylloxera.. Vinodeliei Vinogradarstvo. 21: 2, 33-5, 1961

Crop establishment techniques and cultural practices for upland rice. An overview of upland rice research: 357-378, 1984

Native legume establishment on acidic coal mining overburden at Collie, Western Australia. Environmental Geochemistry and Health 7(4): 141-144, 1985

Factors influencing pasture establishment and persistence in the mid-altitude zone, Yunnan, southern China. Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 553-554, 1989