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Nitrogen fixation by subterranean clover in southern Western Australia

Dolling, P. 

Nodules or not – a survey of pasture legume nodulation in central and southern NSW

Hackney, B., Jenkins, J., Powells, J., Edwards, D., Orgill, S., DeMeyer, S., Edwards, T., Howieson, J., & Yates, R. 

Low cost pasture legume establishment for sandy soils in the Victorian Mallee

Latta, R. & Moodie, M.

Prospects for more phosphorus efficient subterranean clover

Haling, R.E., Brown, L.K., Stefanski, A., Kidd, D.R., Ryan, M.H., Sandral, G.A., Nichols, P.G.H., George, T.S., Lambers, H.J. & Simpson, R.J.

Complementary phosphorus acquisition strategies of interplanted subterranean clover and white lupin increase sward yield in low phosphorus soil

Becquer, A., Haling, E.W., Stefanski. A., Richardson, A.E., & Simpson, R.J.

Amino Acids: A short-term Nitrogen source for establishing irrigated pastures

Watson, B., Pembleton, K., Smith, R., Corkrey, R., & Rawnsley, R.

Yields of Trifolium pasture cultivars, but not Ornithopus cultivars, are increased by addition of N, S and K on a dairy farm soil high in P on the Peel Harvey coastal plain, Western Australia

Ryan, M., Kidd, D., Norman, A., Fosterm K., Lambers, H., & Nicol, D. 

Response of white clover (Trifolium repens) varieties and ecotypes to phosphorus on the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales

Blair, G.