3 edition of grasslands revolution in New Zealand found in the catalog.
grasslands revolution in New Zealand
P. W. Smallfield
by Hodder & Stoughton in association with English Universities Press, London in Auckland
Written in English
Bibliography: p. -144.
|Statement||[by] P. W. Smallfield.|
|LC Classifications||SB208.N45 S57|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||151|
|LC Control Number||79875085|
Contesting the green revolution. Despite the profound significance of synthetic chemicals, many New Zealand agricultural histories have constructed the reliance upon them in simplistic and uncontested terms (e.g. Smallfield ; Cumberland ).Such histories tend to treat the green revolution as a taken‐for‐granted aspect of agricultural improvement and, in so doing, minimize the . Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (Address never made public). Name.
New Zealand in World Affairs: Vol. 3, ed Bruce Brown Victoria University Press, $, ISBN In his introduction to this third volume in the history of modern New Zealand international relations, covering , Merv Norrish suggests the period was one of “near revolution” for New Zealand external affairs. The Journal of New Zealand Grasslands reserves the right to judge potentially overlapping or redundant publications on a case-by-case basis. Manuscripts submitted to the Journal of New Zealand Grasslands must not already have been formally published in any other journal or in any other citable form.
Grassland utopia and Silent Spring: Rereading the agrichemical revolution in New Zealand Grassland utopia and Silent Spring: Rereading the agrichemical revolution in New Zealand Wildblood‐Crawford, Bruce Abstract: This paper explores the post‐World War II ‘green revolution’ in agricultural chemicals and its representation in Service, a New Zealand chemical. Grasslands of New Zealand, [Levy, Enoch Bruce] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Grasslands of New Zealand.
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As Brooking, Hodge and Wood outline in “The grasslands revolution reconsidered” (Chap E nvironmental Histories of New Zealand), the term “grasslands revolution” was coined to celebrate the phenomenal increase in farming productivity which occurred, despite only.
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The Grasslands Revolution in New Zealand by P.W. Smallfield $ New Zealand has been a leader in grassland farming techniques since before the Second World War. How this came about is an important part of the story of New Zealand. The Grasslands Revolution in New Zealand - New Zealand - New Zealand has been a leader in grassland grasslands revolution in New Zealand book techniques since before the Second World War.
The efficient use of grass as stock feed has combined to bring about a spectacular increase in cattle and sheep production. This is a very readable account of the development of grassland farming in New Zealand from the s onward, some of the technical problems encountered, and farming policies in post-war years, seen from the viewpoint of the author's experiences in the advisory and research services of the New Zealand Department of Agriculture and subsequently as an administrator in the : P.
Smallfield. The grassland revolution is a national story but the intensification of New Zealand pastoral agriculture was made possible by many changes in farm practice, and application varied within New.
The grassland revolution is a national story but the intensification of New Zealand pastoral agriculture was made possible by many changes in farm practice, and application varied within New Zealand.
Grasslands. New Zealand’s indigenous grasslands have been, and remain, a significant component of this country’s indigenous plant cover and ecology, at around 13%. Over the l years, during the Holocene period, grasslands formed a mosaic across many parts of the country, interspersed with areas of woody vegetation.
The pattern. The grassland revolution By the beginning of the 20th century, New Zealand’s sheep-farming industry was geared up to produce meat for the British market and wool for the worsted trade centred around Bradford, England.
The next 80 years were more of the same – more wool and more meat. R&P 8: Pasture & Forage Plants for New Zealand. The 4th edition of this book with more depth and up to date research.
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McGLONE: ORIGIN OF INDIGENOUS GRASSLANDS 1 New Zealand Journal of Ecology () 25(1): ©New Zealand Ecological Society REVIEW ARTICLE The origin of the indigenous grasslands of southeastern South Island in relation to pre-human woody ecosystems M.
McGlone Landcare Research, P.O. LincolnNew Zealand. The grasslands revolution. Before the late s there was much experimentation with pasture grass combinations. Agricultural scientists decided to base New Zealand pasture on perennial ryegrasses they helped develop, and white and red clover. Get fast overnight New Zealand wide delivery from o Books at Mighty Ape NZ.
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Author: New Zealand Grassland Association. Conference; Format: Journal, Online; v.: ill. ; cm. Grasslands are literally the lungs of the earth, and restoring them with animals is not only necessary, but it's the most efficacious way to restore water cycles and the carbon cycle.
Right now, nothing else comes close to remediating broken ecological systems as quickly or completely as restoring large herds of grazing animals through holistic. As the preface to this book (the third in a series on agricultural subjects issued by the Technical Correspondence School of the New Zealand Department of Education) points out, New Zealand is probably unique among the agricultural countries of the world in being fully dependent on grasslands for the successful carrying out of an agricultural programme for high production.
For example, almost the entire extensive lowland grasslands of the eastern part of the South Island, New Zealand, are believed to have been created by forest-burning carried out by the Polynesians—the country’s first colonists—during the eight centuries before European settlement in the 18th century.
New Zealand's indigenous grasslands have been and remain a significant component of its plant cover. They are generally dominated by grasses with a bunch or tussock form, mostly in three gen-era, the largely endemic genus Chionochloa which dominates the tall-tussock grasslands and the cos.
Vol New Plymouth, More» Vol Ashburton, More» Vol Palmerston North More» Vol West Coast, More» Vol Hamilton, More» Vol Invercargill, More» Vol Hawkes Bay, More» Vol Nelson, More» Vol Auckland, More» Vol Oamaru.New Zealand, with its isolation from other lands, and latitudes ranging from the subtropical to subantarctic, has a unique and highly diverse vegetation.
Peter Wardle's comprehensive and generously illustrated account of this vegetation provides a wealth of information on its origins, ecology, biogeography and community structure. The volume begins by considering the origins and ecological.Grassland and grassland products / Stephen John Watson; Grassland ecology [by] C.
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