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African Journal of Range and Forage Science - Vol 12, No 1 (1977)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Opening Address:

The role of legumes in pastures.
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Hutton E.M. 13-17
Presidential Address:

Die mens en die natuur.
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van Wyk J.J.P. 19-22
Tropical pasture legumes in southern Africa: A review. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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I'ons J.H. 23-27
The evaluation of tropical pasture species in the Transvaal. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Smith A. 29-31
Perennial legumes on dry lands in the western Highveld region.
Edwards P.J., Benadie C.C.
Standing crop dry matter accumulation and quality patterns of certain subtropical pasture species. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Grunow J.O., Rabie J.W., Grattarola L. 37-44
The effect of planting date on flowering and production of twelve Mediterranean pasture legumes in a Mediterraen environment. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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van Heerden J.M., Wassermann V.D. 45-49
A comparison of irrigated grass-clover and nitrogen-fertilized grass pastures for beef production. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Clatworthy J.N. 51-54
Effects of certain burning and cutting treatments and fluctuating annual rainfall on seasonal variation in grassland basal cover.
Le Roux A., Morris J.W.
Time of mowing and burning veld: short term effects on production and tiller development.
Tainton N.M., Groves R.H., Nash R.
The effect of defoliation and moisture stress on the productivity of Themeda triandra Forsk. under controlled conditions. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Opperman D.P.J., Human J.J., Roberts B.R. 65-69
Evapotranspiration studies on Themeda triandra Forsk. under field conditions. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Opperman D.P.J., Human J.J., Viljoen M.F. 71-76
The evaluation of pastures and grazing management in terms of livestock production. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Bransby D.I., Booysen P.D.E., Tainton N.M. 77-82
The utilization of Eragrostis curvula and Pennisetum clandestinum pastures for growing out and finishing young beef steers. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Rethman N.F.G., Eden D.W., Beukes B.H., de Witt C.C. 83-86
Notes on the performance of Coastcross 2 (K11) Bermudagrass in Natal. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Theron E.P., Arnott J.K. 87-89
Evaluation of Cenchrus ciliaris: 1. Effects of nitrogen level and cutting frequency on digestibility and voluntary intake. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Donaldson C.H., Rootman G.T. 91-93
The development of a production system for beef animals on Cenchrus ciliaris pasture: Part II. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Penderis A.H., Hyam G.F.S., Coetzee J.J., Bester P. 95-98
Techniques for fertilizing, oversowing and sod seeding veld. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Hyam G.F.S., Penderis A.H., Theron E.P. 99-101
The grazing rotation: Effects of different combinations of presence and absence. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tainton N.M., Booysen P.D.E., Nash R.C. 103-104
The significance of the woody component of semi-arid savanna vegetation in relation to meat production. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Kelly R.D. 105-108
The use of quadrat and plotless methods in the analysis of the tree and shrub component of woodland vegetation. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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McNeill L., Kelly R.D., Barnes D.L. 109-113
The disc pasture meter: Possible applications in grazing management. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Bransby D.I., Tainton N.M. 115-118
Proposed computerized cross-index system for storage and retrieval of literature references. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Smith A., Jones R.I. 119-121
The implications, with respect to production and nutritional value, of different stages of harvesting Eragrostis curvula hay. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Rethman N.F.G., Beukes B.H. 123-125
The influence of feedback on hay pastures.
Rethman N.F.G., Beukes B.H.
An economic study of the need for turfgrass research.
Jaaback G., Kirkby D.
The grasses of the Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve: Their habitat preferences and synecological significance.
Bredenkamp G.J.


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