THE EFFECT OF MOLE DRAINAGE AND WINTER PUGGING ON GRASSLAND PRODUCTION

  • R.S. Scott

Abstract

Drainage has been of primary importance in the development of much of New Zealand's lowland country for agricultural use. Without drainage much land is too wet to carry stock and machinery (in a physical sense) or to permit the establishment and maintenance of suitable pasture species. The necessity to drain such land if it is to be farmed at all is beyond dispute.
Published
1963-01-01
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Articles