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Rejuvenation of sown pastures in southern China

, : Rejuvenation of sown pastures in southern China. Grassland of China ( 1): 22-26

Rejuvenation trials were conducted on sown pastures of Lolium multiflorum and Trifolium repens, and pastures with early loss of productivity caused by invasion by the rank weeds, using integrated measures of weeding, fertilizer application, resowing and enclosing. Results indicated that a combined method of 50% weeding and fertilizer application was most effective of all the measures and resulted in herbage yields increased by 66.6-129% in the 1st cut.

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