1 edition of Establishment and early management of sown pastures found in the catalog.
Establishment and early management of sown pastures
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Series||Bulletin 34 of the Imperial Bureau of Pastures and Forage Crops, Aberystwyth, Great Britain -- August, 1945|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau ofPlant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering., United States. Forest Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 210 p., (20) leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||46002734|
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Get this from a library. The Establishment and early management of sown pastures. [United States. Bureau of Plant Industry, Soils, and Agricultural Engineering.; United.
Grazing Management. New pastures often benefit from a light grazing at weeks after sowing. This encourages the grass plant to tiller and also assists clover establishment by allowing more light into the base of the sward.
Subsequent Fertiliser. New pastures benefit from early applications of nitrogen applied from weeks. PASTURE AND FODDER MANAGEMENT Sown pastures need to be properly managed for optimum production and longevity. Basically, there are three objectives in pasture and fodder management for livestock production (MacEvoy, ): 1.
To use the pasture in the most efficient manner, so that the greatest weight gain per unit area is achieved. This book looks at current knowledge on management of pastures and rangelands for sheep production, of problems, of practical solutions where possible, and of priority areas for research.
The areas considered extend from the high rainfall perennial pastures of south-east Australia and New Zealand, through the annual pasture, cropping zones to the semi-arid rangelands. Cited by: Early grazing management 25 3. Managing the leucaena plant 26 Mineral nutrition 26 Height management 29 Psyllid insects 31 Irrigating leucaena 34 4.
Grazing management 39 Leucaena growth and carrying capacity 39 Grazing leucaena 41 Making the best use of leucaena 44File Size: 2MB. Grazing management and the establishment of competitive and persistent pasture species are agronomic tactics that are commonly used to improve weed management in.
Leucaena Establishment and Management Book Page 4 of 8 adopt the technology. The book will also lead to improved post-establishment management of leucaena and grazing management (e.g. preventing leucaena toxicity) and enhanced productivity of new and existing plantings of >, ha.
These benefits will scale-up with the burgeoning interest. Establishment techniques Fodder beet is a specialist crop which is more difficult and expensive to grow than other forage Fodder beet can produce high DM yields, but yields vary With good establishment techniques and management it can produce 30t DM/ha, with typical yields of.
The GThe Grrazieazierr’’ss G Guuideide toto P Paaststururee ss 10 PASTURE ESTABLISHMENT 31 The Planning Phase 31 Seed Matters 32 Sowing Issues 32 11 FERTILISERS FOR PASTURES 36 Sowing Fertilisers 36 Fertiliser Maintenance Applications 37 12 GRAZING MANAGEMENT 39 Seasonal Management of Established Sown Pastures 40.
Some producers have found that by grazing pastures hard late in summer/early autumn, to open up the sward, that annual medics establish better.
By grazing a number of paddocks in rotation, say one year in three, medic may become sufficiently dense to maintain or increase soil nitrogen and promote grass growth.