In this video, filmed on the 26th August 2015, Professor Derrick Moot, of the Lincoln University Dryland Pastures Research Team, discusses the early spring grazing management of a lucerne monoculture vs. lucerne mixes established with either brome or cocksfoot (orchardgrass) as a companion species.
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State of lucerne monocultures and lucerne-grass mixes in early spring
Lincoln University Living Heritage: Tikaka Tuku Iho (5th Aug 2016). State of lucerne monocultures and lucerne-grass mixes in early spring. In Website Lincoln University Living Heritage: Tikaka Tuku Iho. Retrieved 2nd Dec 2022 22:15, from https://livingheritage.lincoln.ac.nz/nodes/view/11264