Dryland Pastures

Sub4Spring: finally, it’s spring!

Posted prepared by: Dryland Pastures Research Team – C. Teixeira; R. Lucas, S. Olykan, A. Mills and Prof. Derrick Moot Spring is the most important period for most pastoral farms in New Zealand. It brings lambing, calving, milking, and rapid changes in plant growth rates. The increase in air and soil temperatures and day length, during…

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Lecture – Can Legumes Lead the Regeneration of Pastoral Agriculture?

NZ Grassland Trust Ray Brougham Lecture Series – 2017 “Can Legumes Lead the Regeneration of Pastoral Agriculture?”  Presented by Professor Derrick Moot   When:  6th September 2017 Time: 1.10pm – 3.00pm Where: Stewart 1 (S1) Lecture theater, Lincoln University   Proudly brought to you by the New Zealand Grassland Trust The NZGT aims to encourage, promote and foster the advancement of…

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