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  1. Proceedings of a trilateral workshop involving the US, Australia, and New Zealand, held in Honolulu, July 1988. Contributors discuss the problem of poor persistence of forage legumes and define research priorities for its solution.
  2. The purpose of this monograph was to:-(a) Review the benefits derived from planting tree legumes; (b) consider which species are important for forage; (c) analyse the important issues in improvement, management and use, (d) review the level of uptake and commercial potential of forage tree legume...
  3. 2017-01-01 *Available as Download Only Forage plant ecophysiology has been described, perhaps mischievously, as the selective application of useful information from pure plant physiology research to provide human benefit through improved agricultural output. The intention of creating this Special Issue was...
  4. 2019-01-01 *Available as Download Only The book "Quality and Production of Forage" is intended to keep readers updated on the developments occurring in this field. As it is apparent that livestock animals are important throughout the world because of the meat, milk and egg they produce, knowledge about the...
  5. 2017-01-01 The Special Issue to provide a forum for contemporary studies of the genetics, genomics and phenomics of productivity traits in forage and bioenergy grasses, along with the application of such data to breeding practices and cultivar development. *Available as Download Only MDPI Book Link...
  6. 1975-01-01 Three studies on the response of 12 different grasses to different fertilizer treatments. #43 59 pages, illustrated
  7. Tropical Forage Plants cover the research and resulting pasture development in the tropics and subtropics, which has undergone dramatic changes in the past few decades. Providing a broad global perspective, it serves as a comprehensive resources covering a wide range of subjects pertaining to...
  8. Key Resource 1987-01-19 Tropical Pastures and Fodder Crops outlines a philosophy for pasture improvement and examines various improved grass and legume species. It describes the establishment and continued management of pastures and provides information about the animals which graze them. This Second Edition contains...
  9. 1993-01-01 The aim of this series of publications is to bring together published information on selected genera of trees (Acacia) which have the potenital to increase the supply of fodder for ruminants. Each booklet summarizes published information on the fodder characteristics and nutritive value of one...
  10. 1995-01-01 Tagasaste is a hardy, fast growing fodder shrub able to significantly increase livestock production. Tagasaste seeks deep soil moisture and takes up subsoil nutrients which are lost to normal pasture or crop plants. 132 pages, illustrations, photos