Grain Legumes in Animal Production Systems in South Australia

@inproceedings{PI1999GrainLI,
  title={Grain Legumes in Animal Production Systems in South Australia},
  author={P.I and HYND},
  year={1999}
}
  • P.I, HYND
  • Published 1999
Grain legume crops such as field beans (Vicia faba), field peas (Pisum sativum), and lupins (Lupinus angustifolius) have attained an important position in the cereal-growing/livestock regions of southern Australia, In South Australia alone, the area sown to grain legumes has increased from approximately 17,000 ha in 1977/78 to 70,000 ha in 1983/84, the main reason being that the grain legume crops are valuable in rotation with cereals, they fix atmospheric nitrogen and are high-yielding. To… CONTINUE READING

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