Field and laboratory methods for grassland and animal production research

L. 't Mannetje (Editor), R.M. Jones

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    This book brings together a range of methods used to study grasslands (both temperate and tropical) and ruminant performance, including: grassland vegetation and its measurement; pattern analysis in grassland and animal production systems; modelling pasture and animal production; measuring botanical composition of grasslands; measuring sward structure; plant population dynamics in grasslands; measuring biomass of grassland vegetation; evaluation of species and cultivars; remote sensing in vegetation and animal studies; assessing rangeland condition and trend; measuring chemical composition and nutritive value in forages; measuring physical, chemical and biological soil parameters in grasslands; measuring and monitoring nitrogen and phosphorus flows and losses in grassland systems; designing animal production studies; measuring animal performance; and development-oriented socioeconomic methods in grassland and animal production research. The book is primarily aimed at postgraduate students and researchers in these fields.
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages452
    ISBN (Print)9780851993515
    Publication statusPublished - 2000


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