subterranean clover


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subterranean clover

trifoliumsubterraneum.
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Vesicular-arbuscular (VA) mycorrhizae improve salinity tolerance in pre-inoculation subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum) seedlings.
The maximum yield Potential of Subterranean Clover swears achieve from Superphosphate application is influenced by the maturity and the plant density of the swards fertilizer.
The oestrogenic effects of subterranean clover (trifolium subterraneum): uterine maintenance in the ovariectomised ewe on clover grazing.
Both native and introduced perennial pastures also included a range of exotic annual species, with subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum) and grasses such as ryegrass (Lolium rigidum Gaudin), barley grass (Hordeum leporinum Link), and silver grass (Vulpia spp.
Subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum) remains the top choice for a self-reseeding annual legume in the North Coast, and bur medic (Medicago polymorpha) for the Central Coast and interior valleys (there are even bur-less cultivars for those who don't want burs in their socks).
1996b) Subterranean clover (Trifolium Ellsbury & Baker (1988); subterraneum) Pemberton et al.
Phytoestrogens achieved notoriety in the 1940s in Western Australia when sheep fed large quantities of subterranean clover fodder developed a reproductive abnormality called clover disease, which resulted in substantial losses in productivity--phytoestrogens in the clover were subsequently identified as the bioactive factor responsible for the reproductive abnormality.
Both the steepness and curvature of the polynomial function determined in this study for white clover seem to be smaller than for the congeneric subterranean clover (Black, 1958).
Role of isoflavonoids in resistance of subterranean clover trifoliates to the redlegged earth mite Halotydeus destructor.
In the Chesapeake Bay watershed region, fields are seeded with hairy vetch or subterranean clover during the fall so the plants can grow some before the winter freeze.
Agricultural practices that raise the soil nitrogen content, such as pasture improvement with subterranean clover and superphosphate, and grain legume cropping, are major culprits.