Does greater night time, rather than constant, warming alter growth of managed pasture under ambient and elevated atmospheric CO2
• This study examined the effects of warming, elevated atmospheric CO2 and cutting regimen on the growth of Phalaris aquatica cv. Holdfast swards. • Six temperature gradient tunnels (TGT) were used to manipulate both air temperature and atmospheric CO
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