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Spatial variability in pH and key soil nutrients: is this an opportunity to increase fertiliser and lime-use efficiency in grazing systems?
Abstract. Nutrient-use efficiency is a key issue for grazing systems in Australia. Spatial variability in soil pH and nutrients at the sub-paddock scale may affect the efficiency of utilisation of,Expand
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Nodules or not – a survey of pasture legume nodulation in central and southern NSW
Two hundred and twenty-five paddocks were sampled across the central and southern regions of NSW to quantify the nodulation status of pasture legumes in existing pasture paddocks. Results of thisExpand
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A model for evaluating grassland management decisions on dairy farms in the UK
Abstract The paper describes the structure, use and validation of a farm advisory model designed to evaluate grassland management on dairy farms. Using the model, it is possible to assess theExpand
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Discrimination of species composition types of a grazed pasture landscape using Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 data
The combination of S1 and S2 features elicited the highest accuracy estimates of the classifiers in that the KNN classifier recorded 0.96 and 0.89 while RF and SVM produced 0.93 and0.89, respectively. Expand
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Monitoring and managing landscape variability in grazing systems
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Discriminating between C 3 , C 4 , and Mixed C 3 / C 4 Pasture Grasses of a Grazed Landscape Using Multi-Temporal Sentinel-1 a Data
In livestock grazing environments, the knowledge of C3/C4 species composition of a pasture field is invaluable, since such information assists graziers in making decisions around fertilizerExpand
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Temperatures for seedling emergence of tropical perennial grasses
Abstract. A growth-cabinet study was conducted to determine the optimum temperature range for seedling emergence of seven tropical grasses commonly sown in the frost-prone, summer-dominant rainfallExpand