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Annual pasture legumes for farming systems in cool-temperate areas with summer soil moisture deficits.

@inproceedings{Evans2003AnnualPL,
  title={Annual pasture legumes for farming systems in cool-temperate areas with summer soil moisture deficits.},
  author={Patrick M. Evans and Xin Zhang and Penelope Riffkin and Derrick J. Moot},
  year={2003}
}
  • Patrick M. Evans, Xin Zhang, +1 author Derrick J. Moot
  • Published 2003
  • Environmental Science
  • Seed softening rates of subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum) are lower in cool-temperate environments than in typical Mediterranean areas, allowing the accumulation of large seed banks. These large seed banks should enable a pasture to selfregenerate following a year of cropping in which the pasture has been removed. To test this hypothesis, a 1:1 pasture/crop rotation system was established at three sites in southern Victoria, Australia, with subterranean, balansa (T. michelianum… CONTINUE READING

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