Evaluating temperate species for the subtropics. 1. Annual ryegrasses

@inproceedings{Lowe2007EvaluatingTS,
  title={Evaluating temperate species for the subtropics. 1. Annual ryegrasses},
  author={Kelly Fisher Lowe and Thomas Bowdler and Neil D. Casey and Scott A. Lowe and Julie A. White and Patricia M. Pepper},
  year={2007}
}
In the subtropics of Australia, irrigated temperate species are the key to reliable cool season feed on dairy farms. Persistence of perennial species is a major limitation to achieving reliable production from irrigated areas and yearly sowings of annual ryegrasses have replaced them as the most productive cool season forage production system in the subtropics. This series of experiments evaluated the yield, and resistance to rust damage, of commercially available cultivars and breeders' lines… CONTINUE READING

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