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Enhanced drought tolerance in white clover 9 7

@inproceedings{Bosch2000EnhancedDT,
  title={Enhanced drought tolerance in white clover 9 7},
  author={J. V. D. Bosch and I. Black and G. Cousins and D. Woodfield},
  year={2000}
}
Drought-stress limits white clover (Trifolium repens L.) persistence in many New Zealand regions. As a component of breeding for enhanced drought tolerance, 8 selection groups (110 lines in total) of white clover were evaluated in the Wairarapa over a 2-year period. The selection groups included Australian white clover ecotypes, selections from New Zealand dryland populations, root morphology selections, pre-release selections from New Zealand breeding programmes, and existing overseas and New… Expand
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