Use of Trees by Livestock: CALLIANDRA

R.T. Paterson

Natural Resources Institute

18pp, 1994

ISBN: 0 85954 369-2

Genus Calliandra

Description and distribution

Fodder characteristics
  Anti-nutritive factors
  Alternative uses

References and further reading


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