THE AGRICULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY OF NEW ZEALAND BLUEGRASS AGROPYRON SCABRUM

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  • H.E. Connor

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33584/jnzg.1950.12.945

Abstract

This paper will chiefly concern itself with a discussion of what are generally referred to as the low tussock ,grasslands of the high country, called by Cockayne the montane tussock grasslands. I wish to make it clear that I am not concerning myself with those areas of tussoek which can be brought in under the plough and which are usually known as lowland low tussock grassland.

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1950-01-01

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