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Seed colour in crested dogstail

Jacques, W.A.; Corkill, L.

J. Minist. Agric 39: 115-22

1932


Accession: 013494961

The custom of adhering to the bright canary-yellow samples in New Zealand is therefore not to the advantage of the sower. As the plants ripen their seeds after Lolium perenne, the common method of growing Cynosurus cristatus with ryegrass in order to obtain a double seed crop is not to the benefit of the dogstail.

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