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Optimal management of fertiliser and stocking rate in temperate grazing systems


Optimal management of fertiliser and stocking rate in temperate grazing systems



Animal Production Science: 1, 6-16



DOI: 10.1071/an09067

Phosphorus (P) fertilisers are one of the key tools available for increasing pasture production and the profitability of grazing enterprises. However, recent rapid changes in fertiliser price have increased the importance of developing optimal management strategies for applying P fertiliser and setting stocking rates.

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