Lebeckia ambigua, a perennial for deep sandy soils
Lebeckia ambigua is a perennial forage legume that Murdoch University is domesticating. It has demonstrated great production potential on the acid infertile sandy soils frequently encountered across the wheatbelt of Western Australia (Figure 1). Currently there are very limited grazing options for farmers with these soils, and this land is mostly left barren and unfarmed.
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Veterinary and Life Sciences|
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