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Authors RUMBALL, W; CLAYDON, RB; MILLER, JE
Author Full Name RUMBALL, W; CLAYDON, RB; MILLER, JE
Title GRASSLANDS UPWARD STRAWBERRY CLOVER (TRIFOLIUM-FRAGIFERUM L)
Source NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
Language English
Document Type Article
Author Keywords GRASSLANDS UPWARD; STRAWBERRY CLOVER; TRIFOLIUM-FRAGIFERUM; MOIST SALINE SOILS
Abstract 'Grasslands Upward' is a tall and erect cultivar of strawberry clover (Trifolium fragiferum L.) bred for use in dairy pastures and perhaps for hay and silage, on soils that are too moist or saline for white clover to flourish. In two New Zealand trials it consistently outyielded the Australian cultivar of similar type ('Palestine') though was less productive and persistent than the more prostrate cultivar 'Grassland Onward' under those trial conditions.
Reprint Address RUMBALL, W (corresponding author), DSIR GRASSLANDS,PALMERSTON NORTH,NEW ZEALAND.
Times Cited 2
Total Times Cited Count (WoS, BCI, and CSCD) 2
Publisher SIR PUBLISHING
Publisher City WELLINGTON
Publisher Address PO BOX 399, WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND
ISSN 0028-8233
29-Character Source Abbreviation NEW ZEAL J AGR RES
ISO Source Abbreviation N. Z. J. Agric. Res.
Year Published 1991
Volume 34
Issue 1
Beginning Page 135
Ending Page 136
Page Count 2
Web of Science Category Agriculture, Multidisciplinary
Subject Category Agriculture
Document Delivery Number FK261
Unique Article Identifier WOS:A1991FK26100017
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