Grass species selection patterns on rotationally-grazed Dohne Sourveld during autumn and early winter.
AbstractHerbaceous species preference was studied during autumn and winter periods of occupation, on rotationally-grazed Dohne Sourveld, at four different stocking rates. Reports on species selection by cattle and sheep grazing together. Illustrates with graphsLanguage: English
Keywords: Grass species; Herbage availibility; Regrazing; Species selection; acceptability; cattle; disturbance history; grazing; preference; selectivity; sheep; stocking rate; themeda triandra; tillers; tristachya leucothrix; herbaceous species; dohne sourveld; stocking rates; grasses; eastern cape; south africa; botany