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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Authors

H G. Cariss

Keywords

Lolium rigidum, Varieties, Cultivation, Western Australia

First Page Number

854

Last Page Number

860

Abstract

MANY of the volunteer pasture species of the cereal and sheep areas seed profusely, persist well and produce useful early green feed.

Mostly, however, they produce poor quality herbage of low forage value, particularly during the spring and summer months.

The seeds of many species cause problems in stock husbandry and lower the value of wool.

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