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The Grass Crop:The Physiological Basis of Production (World Crop)
March 31, 1988 by Springer .
Written in English
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Grass is a very important world crop. In some countries, for example the UK, Australia and New Zealand, animal products from grassland make a greater contribution to the value of agricultural production than does any other crop.
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Plant soluble carbohydrate reserves and senescence—Key criteria for developing an effective grazing management system for ryegrass based pastures: A : Cory Matthew, Lilian Elgalise Techio Pereira. Although this series no longer publishes new content, the published titles listed below may be still available on-line (e.
via the Springer Book Archives) and in print. Jones MB, Finnan J, Hodkinson TR, Morphological and physiological traits for higher biomass production in perennial rhizomatous grasses grown on marginal land, GCB Bioenergy, 7,p Journal Article, URL DOI. Seasonal production of six grass-legume mixtures comparing the ‘Grasslands’ red clover cultivars Hamua, Turoa, and Pawera, and the grasses Matua prairie grass and Tama, Manawa, and Nui.
Alec Lazenby AO (born ) is an academic who has held positions at the University of Cambridge, University of New England, University of Tasmania, the Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research and the Welsh Plant Breeding y served as the Vice-Chancellor of the University of New England from toand the University of Alma mater: University of Cambridge.
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Data was recorded on 12 divergent varieties during growth on quantity and quality parameters. Significantly different parameters of the experiment were emergence, green and total leaf number, fresh and dry leaf and stem weight, plant height, green and dry matter yield, crude protein (CP), mineral matter (MM) and nitrogen free extract (NFE).
Variety F showed the highest. Alec Lazenby (born ) is an academic who has held positions at the University of Cambridge, University of New England, University of Tasmania, the Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research and the Welsh Plant Breeding y served as the Vice-Chancellor of the University of New England from toand the University of.
Introduction. Non-wood plant species have been found to be potential sources for fibre production (Nieschlag et al.,Nelson et al.,van Dam and Shannon, ) and raw material for energy production (Burvall, ).In northern Europe, especially reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea L.) has aroused interest as an energy crop (Burvall,Leinonen et Cited by: Morphological analysis of leaf growth of maize: responses to temperature and light intensity.
The grass plant -its form and function. In: M.B. Jones & A. Lazenby (Eds.), The grass crop. The physiological basis of production. Chapman and Hall, London, pp. Sambo, E.Y., Leaf extension rate in temperate pasture grasses in relation Cited by: The effects of pests and diseases on grasses.
in: The grass crop: the physiological basis of production. Eds M.B. Jones & A. Lazenby. London: Chapman & Hall pp. Author: R. Plumb. Variety maintenance and breeder seed production.
Upon release of a new variety, a breeder will make available a small quantity of seed stock that is very pure and represents the variety. This stock is referred to as parental material and forms the basis of any future maintenance and seed multiplication of the variety (Laverack, ).
Napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum Schumach.) is a fast-growing perennial grass native to Sub-Saharan Africa that is widely grown across the tropical and subtropical regions of the world.
It is a multipurpose forage crop, primarily used to feed cattle in cut and carry feeding systems. Characterization and diversity studies on a small collection of Napier grasses have identified a Cited by: Monfreda C, et al.
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Panda, ISBN:Rs. / US$. Drought at any other time reduces yield of grass more than corn so low annual grass yields resulting from moisture deficits can coincide with reasonable corn yields. In the years with favorable moisture supply (,and ), average grass and corn yields excee kg/ha.
Sorghum x sudan grass with BMR It has thicker stalk than sudan grass and if BMR trait (BMR-6 gene) is incorporated in forage sorghum to be used as female parent, it provide much better quality than both convention sudan grass and BMR-sudan grass (gene BMR) due better yield and high seed production ability.
Full text of "Michael Pollan-The Omnivores Dilemma" See other formats. Crop responses to ultraviolet-B radiation and temperature: Measurements and algorithm Development for modeling: The objectives of this project are to: (1) test the hypothesis that elevated UV-B and temperature will modify the response of transpiration, carbon acquisition, growth and development of corn, as a model C4 system as well as a model.
The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Similarly, the reproductive process is vital, if egg production and meat production are to be sustained. Many times, farmers suffer great economic. Plants are hand harvested using a 1 m 2 quadrat at each of the five sampling stations just prior to plowing and planting of the annual crop.
The CC has often not reached physiological maturity by this time (typically mid- to late-May). Non crop plant biomass is separated from CC for separate analysis (below). Full text of "The botany of crop plants; a text and reference book" See other formats.Distinctions are made (Figure 4) between reference crop evapotranspiration (ET o), crop evapotranspiration under standard conditions (ET c) and crop evapotranspiration under non-standard conditions (ET c adj).ET o is a climatic parameter expressing the evaporation power of the atmosphere.
ET c refers to the evapotranspiration from excellently managed, large, well .Similarly, pasture grass like Lasiurus is best adapted and productive under low rainfall situations of western Rajasthan and Congo signal grass and guinea grass in the highly humid regions of Kerala.
Hence, there is a need to prepare a ‘seed production atlas’ for the entire country for commercial seed production and marketing.