TUSSOCK GRASSLANDS IN THE SOUTH ISLAND OF NEW ZEALAND

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  • J.M. Hercus

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33584/jnzg.1954.16.1019

Abstract

More than 13 million acres, nearly one-third of the occupied, land of New Zealand, are described, as tussock grassland, and much the greater part of these are in the South Island. Before occupation the area so classified was even more extensive, but many of the more fertile lowland valleys and plains have been successfully cultivated and sown down to improved pastures.

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1954-01-01

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