Root characteristics of temperate pasture in New South Wales after grazing at three stocking rates for 30 years

@inproceedings{Greenwood1998RootCO,
  title={Root characteristics of temperate pasture in New South Wales after grazing at three stocking rates for 30 years},
  author={Kristina L. Greenwood and K. J. Hutchinson},
  year={1998}
}
The distribution of length, diameter, surface area and volume of roots was measured in northern New South Wales, Australia, under temperate pasture that had been previously grazed at low and high stocking rates for 30 years; these root characteristics were compared with those of roots under ungrazed pasture. The ungrazed pasture was dominated by Phalaris (Phalaris Aquatica), whereas annual grasses and dicotyledons were a large component of the pasture at low and high stocking rates. A fine… CONTINUE READING

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