Modelling the physiological dynamics of winter wheat after grazing
The use of cereal crops for the dual-purposes of livestock forage and grain production is increasing in farms of southern Australia. Field and modelling studies were conducted to investigate the agronomic and physiological responses of winter wheat crops to sheep grazing. Field experiments were carried out in 2007 and 2008, and growing season rainfall (GSR) in both years was below average. Light and heavy grazing intensities conducted for one month did not affect total shoot dry matter (SDM)...[Show more]
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