Serradella, subterranean clover and medic research, Esperance, Western Australia

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Forage plants -- Western Australia -- Esperance Region., Serradella., Subterranean clover -- Western Australia -- Esperance Re
Statementby M. D. A. Bolland.
SeriesTechnical bulletin. Western Australia. Department of Agriculture -- no.76
The Physical Object
Pagination37p. :
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Open LibraryOL21387185M
ISBN 100724489509
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Bolland, M D. (), Serradella, subterranean clover and medic research, Esperance, Western Australia. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Technical Bulletin This Esperance bulletin is brought to you for free and open access by the Research Publications at Research Library.

It has been accepted for inclusion in Cited by: 4. Recommended Citation. Bolland, M D. (), Serradella, subterranean clover and medic research, Esperance, Esperance ment of Agriculture and Food Cited by: 4.

Serradella, subterranean clover and medic research, Esperance, Western Australia / M.D.A. Bolland Dept. of Agriculture South Perth, W.A Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for Esperance citation fields that may be required. Paynter, Blakely H. & Western Australia.

Division of Plant Industries.Burr medic, yellow serradella and subterranean clover differ in their phosphate requirments / Blakely H. Paynter Division of Plant Industries, Dept. of Agriculture South Perth. Wikipedia Citation.

In three experiments located near Esperance, Western Australia, the effect of superphosphate phosphorus on seed yields of subterranean clover, serradella and annual medics was measured on newly-cleared soils, using low seeding rates.

In two experiments, the relationship between seed yield and the amount of phosphorus applied was linear for subterranean clover and serradella; seed yields Cited by: Yellow serradells is a promising introduced annual legume suitable for some of Western Australia's well drained sandy acid soils where other pasture legumes failto persist.

In the Esperance area serradella grows siccessfully on some sandy soils more than metres deep. I develops deep roots rapidly - up to three times deeper than subterranean clover - and this is probably the main reason for.

Buy Serradella, subterranean clover and medic research, Esperance, Western Australia (Technical Bulletin / Western Australian, Department of Agriculture) by M. A Bolland (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : M. A Bolland. Efficiency with which yellow serradella and subterranean clover use superphosphate on a deep sandy soil near Esperance, Western Australia.

burr medic, and subterranean clover. Paynter B. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 16(11). p of the Pasture Improvement Group at Agriculture Western Australia Cadiz is the first variety of French Western Australia book to be developed in Australia and was released to producers in the growing season.

Cadiz is a medium maturing variety with a variable date to flower: 80 days in Geraldton, days in Perth and days in Manjimup. of Western Australia and the Australian Wool Research Trust Fund. References Bolland M. Serradella, subterranean clover and medic research at Esperance, Western Australia.

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Western Australian Department of Agriculture, Technical Bulletin No. Drew T. Serradella aluminium tolerance experiment. Report for New South Wales. Breeding and selection within species of the pasture legume serradella (Ornithopus sp.) has revolutionised pastures for the acidic sandy soils that occur over large areas of Western Australia and have limited the productivity of traditional pasture legumes such as subterranean clover and annual ella has long been recognised as a legume well adapted to these soils, but its early.

Summer-sown hard-seeded French serradella (Ornithopus sativus) varieties have potential to revolutionise the legume phase of crop rotations in Western Australia’s medium and high-rainfall zones, according to self-regenerating pasture legumes are the result of long-term breeding and selection by Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA), researchers Dr.Naturalized subterranean clover strains of Western Australia / J.S.

Gladstones and W.J. Collins Dept. of Agriculture South Perth, W.A Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Mason, M. & Trotman, C. & Western Australia. Department of Agriculture. Sulphur nutrition of a subterranean clover pasture in the Avon Valley of Western Australia / by M.G. Mason. In three experiments located near Esperance, Western Australia, the effect of superphosphate phosphorus on seed yields of subterranean clover, serradella and annual medics was measured on.

Europe PMC is an ELIXIR Core Data Resource Learn more >. Europe PMC is a service of the Europe PMC Funders' Group, in partnership with the European Bioinformatics Institute; and in cooperation with the National Center for Biotechnology Information at the U.S.

National Library of Medicine (NCBI/NLM).It includes content provided to the PMC International archive by participating publishers. Spring herbage yields of French serradella in Western Australia can be as high as 10t/ha and compare well with those of yellow serradella, biserrula and subterranean clover.

French serradella produces high quality forage in terms of crude protein (%) and dry matter digestibility (%), which equates to metabolisable energy of MJ/kg DM. Serradella was tested as a pasture plant in New South Wales as early as the s. However, it was not until the s that research showed serradella was a suitable pasture species for light soils in NSW.

Other varieties have been introduced from overseas via Western Australia, or developed in the Western Australian plant breeding program. serradella in Western Australia.

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While this is small compared toacres of subterranean clover, the next few years could see a substantial rise, for its undoubted superiority to other species on some sandy soils gives plenty of scope for an expanded acreage. Species Serradella. Further details on Cadiz French are yet to be completed.

Meanwhile this Govt of WA, Department of Agriculture article is available Cadiz Serradella Publication. Serradella, subterranean clover and medic research, Esperance, Western Australia, Michael D A Bolland. PDF. Setting targets for resource condition in Date Creek catchment, Leon van Wyk and Gregory Paul Raper.

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Setting targets for resource condition in Doradine catchment, Leon van Wyk and Gregory Paul Raper. PDF. Margurita hard seeded French Serradella and can be used as a direct replacement for Cadiz and is suited as an addition to cropping programs in preparation for a pasture phase.

Margurita has been selected from hard seeded lines of Cadiz and demonstrates a continual breakdown pattern over the summer period resulting in approximately 50% of the. Group S (Serradella Special), granular or slurry. Slurry inoculation should not be lime pelleted.

Fertiliser. Similar fertiliser strategy to subterranean clover (depending on soil analysis). Often kg/ha superphosphate and 50 kg/ha potash (e.g. kg/ha muriate of potash), trace elements depending on application history. Management. The hypothesis that yellow serradella, subterranean clover (Trifolium suhrerraneum) and burr medic have the same external requirement for applied P was tested in a glasshouse trial on 2 P.

To produce the seed for the experiment, subsamples of the same source of seed of yellow serradella (Ornithopus compressus cv. Madeira) were grown at Medina and Esperance, Western Australia. The residual value of superphosphate was measured in three glasshouse pot experiments using three different lateritic soils (pH CaCl2: –) from south-western Australia.

The residual value was estimated relative to levels of freshly-applied superphosphate using yield of dried tops and bicarbonatesoluble P extracted from the soil (soil test values).

Journal of Agriculture (Western Australia) 24, 3–8. Gillespie DJ, Ewing MA, Nicholas DA () Subterranean clover establishment techniques. Journal of Agriculture (Western Australia) 24, 16– Gladstones JS () Naturalised subterranean clover strains in Western Australia: a preliminary agronomic examination.

ha of summer sown serradella. ha of CasbahA biserrula. 50 ha of MaceA wheat with no added N on serradella. DAFWA nitrogen trial. 50 ha regenerated serradella, ha summer sown serradella, ha May sown serradella and ka wheat/canola on previous year's serradella pasture legumes.

Serradella, subterranean clover and medic research, Esperance, Western M. Bolland Not in Library. Bolland MDA () Effects of soil acidity and nutrient deficiencies on the growth and persistence of subterranean clover in pastures grown on sandy soils near Esperance, Western Australia.

Australian Journal of Experimental Agricult –. A deep sand located in the northern wheatbelt of Western Australia was maintained under a lupin (Lupinus angustifolius)-wheat (Triticum aestivum) and a subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum.French serradella is an annual pasture legume with three cultivars suited to Mediterranean climatic zones of Australia.

Cadiz and Eliza are soft seeded while Margurita and Erica are hard seeded. They produce large quantities of high quality fodder with high seed yields on deep course textured soils where they are well adapted.The comparative phosphorus (P) requirement of different annual pasture legume species was measured in seven field experiments in south-western Australia.

Superphosphate was applied once only, at the start of each experiment. The duration of the experiments was from one to three years. The amount of P required to produce 90% of the maximum yield of each legume was used to estimate the.