The eflFects of various systems of winter‐grazing management on pasture production in the following spring and summer were studied in four trials in the Pentland Hills, Scotland. Winter grazing reduced the yield of herbage in spring, but growth in May and June was primarily influenced by the level of nitrogen application in spring, irrespective of winter‐grazing treatments.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Grass and Forage Science|
|Publication status||Print publication - Jun 1969|