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Ballantrae Moist Hill Country Regional Station


, : Ballantrae Moist Hill Country Regional Station. Grasslands Division, DSIR: New Zealand, Grasslands Division, DSIR: Research Report 1978: 51-53

Work at this 340-ha station in the SE foothills of the Ruahine Range (100-350 m alt.) is centred on the determination of the potential of pastoral hill country by studying the soil, plant and animal factors regulating this potential and evaluation of the role of new pasture plants in hill country improvement.

US$29.90


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