Productivity and persistence of Trifolium hirtum, T. michelianum, T. glanduliferum and Ornithopus sativus sown as monocultures or in mixtures with T. subterraneum in the south-eastern Australian wheat belt

Brian Dear, G Sandral, C Wilson, Craig Rodham, P McCaskie

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    Abstract

    The persistence and productivity of 5 annual pasture legume species: French serradella (Ornithopus sativus Brot) cv. Cadiz; rose clover (Trifolium hirtum All.) cv. Hykon; balansa clover (T. michelianum Savi) cv. Frontier; gland clover (T. glanduliferum) cv. Prima) and subterranean clover (T. subterraneum L.), grown in monocultures or as binary mixtures with subterranean clover cv. Nungarin, were examined on an acid soil (pH 4.7) in the low rainfall wheat belt of south-eastern Australia over a 3-year period of continuous pasture.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)549-556
    Number of pages8
    JournalAnimal Production Science
    Volume42
    Issue number5
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2002

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