Wild and Sown Grasses: Profiles of a temperate species selection: ecology, biodiversity and use
November 2004, Wiley-Blackwell
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In temperate areas, grasslands can occupy 50% of the agricultural area, providing up to 75% of fodder for cattle playing an essential role in farming systems. This important book provides comprehensive details of 40 major grass species. For each species included, an anatomical description is given together with full colour photographs and comprehensive details concerning the ecological requirements and agronomic properties species-by-species.
This book provides an invaluable reference source for any scientist involved in work with grass.