Herbage seed production

proceedings of a conference held at Lincoln College, Canterbury, New Zealand, 13-15 November 1979
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New Zealand Grassland Association , Palmerston North
Grasses -- Seeds -- Congresses., Grasses -- Congresses., Grasses -- New Zealand -- Congre
Statementeditor, J.A. Lancashire.
SeriesGrassland research and practice series -- no. 1.
ContributionsLancashire, J. A., New Zealand Grassland Association.
The Physical Object
Pagination122 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14374371M

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Published in association with the International Herbage Seed Production Research Group, this volume and its companion provide the definitive resource for anyone involved in the breeding and commercial production of grass and legume seeds, whether for grazing systems, horticulture 5/5(1).

This welcome review of information on seed production of perennial and Italian ryegrass, cocksfoot, timothy, meadow fescue, red- and white-clover and lucerne draws on 99 research reports, articles and advisory leaflets published from to (68 in the last 10 years, and half in Britain).

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Mean Fe content in herbage increased from mg kg-1 in control to and mg kg-1 with three and % foliar sprays of FeSO4. Grass: Its Production and Utilization, 3rd edn Grass: Its Production and Utilization, 3rd edn Edited by A.

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Implications of Plant Selectors’ Rights for herbage seed production- Plant Varieties Office viewpoint F. WHITMORE Plant Varieties Office, P.O. Lincoln ABSTRACT. The reason for having a Plant Selec. tors’ Rights scheme and some attendant disadvan-tages are discussed.

The development of. In field trials conducted at Uzbekistan, inoculation of mungbean (Phaseolus aureusRoxb.) with commercial strain CIAM ofBradyrhizobiumsp. (Phaseolus) increased (on average for two cultivars) the herbage mass by 466±60%, seed mass by 392 ± 36%, mass of seeds by 160 ± 08%, nitrogen content in seeds by 583 ± 89%, starch content in seeds by 300 ± 55% and number of Cited by: The market for cereal cover crop straw and herbage seed straw has diminished in many seed-production areas due to there being less livestock.

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Seed growers therefore want to chop and return the. the effect of the rate and timing of nitrogen applications on the seed yield and components of yield in s48 timothy (phleum pratense l.) D.

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Research in White Clover Seed Production Article. Journal/Book Title/Conference. Herbage Seed Production. Publisher. New Zealand Grassland Associtation. Publication Date. First Page.

Last Page. Recommended Citation. Clifford, P. T Cited by: 8. The grasses. Classification and distribution. Environment in relation to some aspects of grass physiology.

Day length. Light intensity. Temperature. Rainfall. Soils. The structure of the grass plant. Cultivation. Establishment. Management. Association with the legumes. Herbage yields. Conservation.

Nutritive value. Reproduction. The structure of floral parts. The seed stalk may not be able to emerge from varieties with compact heads.

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By Athole H. Marshall and Heather M. McCalman. the book of invited papers from the main congress and five books containing the proceedings of five satellite workshops held immediately after the main congress at locations in the UK and Ireland Author: Athole H.

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