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Initial signs of overgrazing in a heterogeneous pasture under continuous grazing by sheep



Initial signs of overgrazing in a heterogeneous pasture under continuous grazing by sheep



Revista Argentina de Produccion Animal 13(1): 61-70



A 6-ha area of pasture in Buenos Aires, Argentina, sown 25 years previously with lowland areas dominated by Thinopyrum ponticum and intermediate areas dominated by Lolium perenne was grazed continuously between Apr. and Dec. 1989 and 1990 by Corriedale lambs at an average stocking rate of 3.3, 6.5 or 9.4 animals/ha.

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