SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER IN THE NORTH ISLAND

  • J.E. Bell
  • A.J. Galpin
  • E.B. Glanville
  • J. Palmer

Abstract

AT the 1936 conference of the New Zealand Grassland Association a group of four papers on subterranean clover was read by field officers of the Department of Agriculture, giving the experience with this clover as a pasture species in North Auckland and South Auckland (excluding the King-country, the pumice lands of the central -plateau, and Bay of Plenty), Manawatu and west coast, and Hawke's Bay: During the subsequent discussion of the papers the position in Taranaki, Wairarapa, Poverty Bay, Bay of Plenty, and other parts of the Auckland Prqvince,.including the pumice country round Rotorua and Taupo, was indicated. It is the intention in this article to summarize the present position and possibilities of subterranean clover in the North Island as disclosed by the papers and the discussion
Published
1936-01-01