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Introduction, selection and evaluation of annual sown forage legumes under continental Mediterranean climatic conditions in Pakistan

Introduction, selection and evaluation of annual sown forage legumes under continental Mediterranean climatic conditions in Pakistan

Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, 4-11 October 1989, Nice, France: 1525-1526

The upland areas (below 1000 m) of Baluchistan Province of Pakistan experience a continental semiarid Mediterranean climate. The dominant farming system is the production of range-fed small ruminants which have substantially increased in number recently. As a result, excessive overgrazing of rangelands has occurred and periods of acute feed deficit are recurrently experienced.

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