ISSN 0142-5242 (Print); ISSN 1365-2494 (Online)
Allelopathic potential of Lolium rigidum Gaud. on the early growth of three associated pasture species
San Emeterio, L.; Arroyo, A.; Canals, R. M.
Assessment of the nitrogen status of grassland
Farruggia, A.; Gastal, F.; Scholefield, D.
Consequences for biodiversity of reducing inputs to upland temperate pastures: effects on beetles (Coleoptera) of cessation of nitrogen fertilizer application and reductions in stocking rates of sheep
Dennis, P.; Doering, J.; Stockan, J. A.; Jones, J. R.; Rees, M. E.; Vale, J. E.; Sibbald, A. R.
Soil, site and management components of variation in species composition of agricultural grasslands in western Norway
Impacts of elevated atmospheric CO2 and temperature on plant community structure of a temperate grassland are modulated by cutting frequency
Harmens, H.; Williams, P. D.; Peters, S. L.; Bambrick, M. T.; Hopkins, A.; Ashenden, T. W.
Comparison of a pasture-based system of milk production on a high rainfall, heavy-clay soil with that on a lower rainfall, free-draining soil
Shalloo, L.; Dillon, P.; O'Loughlin, J.; Rath, M.; Wallace, M.
Microbial communities in the phyllosphere of grasses on fenland at different intensities of management
Behrendt, U.; Stauber, T.; Müller, T.
Seed-set and pollen–stigma compatibility in Leymus chinensis
Zhang, W. D.; Chen, S. Y.; Liu, G. S.; Jan, C. C.
Comparison between two modified methods of neutral-detergent fibre analysis
Gustavsson, A.-M.; Martinsson, K.
Responses of Leymus chinensis (Poaceae) to long-term grazing disturbance in the Songnen grasslands of north-eastern China
Wang, R. Z.