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A comparison of multi-species pasture with ryegrass-white clover pasture under dryland conditions



A comparison of multi-species pasture with ryegrass-white clover pasture under dryland conditions



Proceedings of the New Zealand Grassland Association 58: 53-58



The performance of three different multi-species pastures (MSP) was compared with that of a standard ryegrass-white clover pasture (Lolium perenne Grasslands Super Nui-Trifolium repens Grasslands Huia), over a 3-year period at two dryland sites in New Zealand. The MSP treatments had grass and legume species selected for compatibility and growth and aimed to provide a contrast in quality and production.

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