Grass and grasslands
The role of grass in National life. Origin and development of grassland. The grass plant and its value to man. Types of british grassland. The breeding of grasses. The constituents of grassland. Seed production and testing. Weeds in grasslands. Pests and diseases of grassland. The influence of the animal. The influence of man. Tools. and the grassland farmer. The conservation of grass. Animal. Health on grassland. The measurement of grassland output. The economics of grassland farming. other important economic grasses. Lawns and playng fields.
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The Role of Grass in National Life i
Origin and Development of Grassland
The Grass Plant and its Value to Man
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