Grassland Signals par errie Klein-Swormink, Nick van Eekeren, Bert Philipsen

June 24, 2019

Grassland Signals par errie Klein-Swormink, Nick van Eekeren, Bert Philipsen

Titre de livre: Grassland Signals

Auteur: errie Klein-Swormink, Nick van Eekeren, Bert Philipsen

ISBN: 9087400462

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Grassland Signals is an unparalleled practical guide that supports farmers in making even better use of their grassland. It provides new insights in order to improve the growth and quality of your grass, allowing for greater returns from grasslands. The production and quality of crops vary strongly. What causes these differences? The book takes the reader through the seasons by posing three basic questions: What am I seeing? What does this mean? What should I do? For example: Plants often function as an indicator; the presence of much annual meadow grass may be an indication of excessive grazing pressure. An ideal book for farmers where grasslands are their prominent feed supplier.

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For many cattle breeders, grassland is the prominent feed supplier. But there are different types of grassland and sometimes the neighbour's grass actually is greener. The production and quality of crops vary strongly. What causes these differences? Grassland signals is an unparalleled practical guide that supports farmers in making even better use of grassland. The book discusses the seasons using three basic questions: What do I see? What does this mean? What am I to do? Plants often function as an indicator; the presence of much annual meadow grass may be an indication of excessive grazing pressure.

Grassland signals provides new insights in order to improve growth and quality of your grass, allowing for greater return from grasslands.