New Zealand Pasture and Crop Science

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James White, John Hodgson
Oxford University Press, 1999 - Science - 323 pages
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New Zealand Pasture and Crop Science is the first textbook to bring together in one volume the scientific information on pasture and crop production in New Zealand, the efficient conversion of plants to animal products, the use of trees on farms, and how sustainable pastoral and cropping systems can be maintained. It provides a much needed description of our understanding of modern plant production in New Zealand. The text provides a general account of the effects of the environment on individual plant functions and crop and pasture production with a particular emphasis on the temperate climate.

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its shit, makes everything a lot more complicated that they already are.

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a Great book for student of Agri


Plant growth development and yield
Environmental effects on plant growth and development
Plant interactions in pastures and crops

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James White is at Plant Science Department Lincoln University. John Hodgson is at Massey University.

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