Essential for organic farmers and for those converting to organic systems of production.
Unique guide written by a recognised authority on the subject. Grass is the most important feed for cattle and sheep. The central theme is that organic grassland can be a productive source of nutrients for livestock provided it is managed correctly.
Essential for organic farmers and those converting to organic systems of production.
SECTION ONE: The case for organic grassland
SECTION TWO: Grasses
SECTION THREE: Legumes
SECTION FOUR: Herbs
SECTION FIVE: Temporary grassland
SECTION SIX: Permanent grassland
SECTION SEVEN: Assessing the productivity of grassland
SECTION EIGHT: Sward deterioration and improvement
SECTION NINE: Organic fertilisers
SECTION TEN: Weeds
SECTION ELEVEN: Pests and diseases
SECTION TWELVE: Grazing management
SECTION THIRTEEN: Forage conservation
SECTION FOURTEEN: Converting to organic grassland
Publisher: Chalcombe Publications
This book weighs: 270g
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