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Grazing sheep on improved pasture under double hedgerow rubber planting systems in Malaysia


Integration of ruminants into plantation systems in southeast Asia: Proceedings of a workshop at Lake Toba, North Sumatra, Indonesia, 9-13 September 1994: 68-71
Grazing sheep on improved pasture under double hedgerow rubber planting systems in Malaysia
Rubber, forage and sheep production were measured on 2 improved pasture treatments under a double hedgerow rubber planting system at the RRIM research station at Sungai Buloh, Peninsular Malaysia, on acid infertile coarse sandy soil. The pasture treatments were Brachiaria humidicola/Paspalum notatum fertilized with 200 g N/ha annually, and Brachiaria humidicola/Paspalum spp./Stylosanthes spp./Arachis pintoi/Stenotaphrum secundatum.


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