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Description and evaluation of serradella (Ornithopus L.) accessions






New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 37(4): 471-479

Description and evaluation of serradella (Ornithopus L.) accessions

Serradella (Ornithopus) species are annual forage legumes used in many parts of the world, especially in sandy and infertile dryland areas. Some 107 accessions of serradella were described and evaluated in the greenhouse in Palmerston North, New Zealand. Fifty accessions were from a forage germplasm collection in Southwest Europe, whereas the remainder had been introduced to and/or collected from Australia and New Zealand.


Accession: 002590678

DOI: 10.1080/00288233.1994.9513086



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