Original Articles

Effect of spring grazing on yield of three grasses of the highland sourveld of natal

DOI: 10.1080/00725560.1983.9648992
Author(s): A.W. BaileyDepartment of Plant Science, Canada, B.D. MappledoramDepartment of Agriculture,

Abstract

Heavy sheep grazing was applied singly and repeatedly at two, four, six and eight weeks after an August burn in the Highland Sourveld. Treatment effects were recorded prior to and after grazing, in November and for some treatments, in March.

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