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G. Spedding, "ñæ"; Nestel, "ñðã). The complex and dynamic relationships between humans, animals and grasslands give rise to the di¡erent grassland systems. Increasingly our relationships with animals are determined by technologies and our theories about progress. Thus, there is a positive relationship between per capita income and beef consumption just as there is a positive relationship between saturated fat intake, by humans, and coronary heart disease. Consumers and regulators demand di¡erent amounts of marbling in meat whilst in other societies bridewealth, or savings, are linked to livestock numbers.
Trifolium subterraneum. g. capeweed, Arctotheca calendula, from South Africa). As these species spread, farmers found paradoxically that they became both a weed in the crops, but also a source of animal feed after the crop had been harvested or during the non-cropping years. This made it possible to plough out more of the perennial native pasture. ã). Farmers began to collect seed and sow this plant. Strains or varieties became recognized. This legume became the focus of research attention and many limitations to its widespread use were removed by what were, at the time, exciting and innovative research programmes (Chapter å).
Regenerating Agriculture. Policies and Practices for Sustainability and Self-Reliance. âáò pp. London: Earthscan. Chapter 3 Generation Seed constitutes both the start and the end of the life cycle of most plants. This life cycle involves seedling generation, survival and growth, £owering and further seed formation and the addition of this seed to the soil (Fig. ä). In sown grasslands the biological processes associated with generation can be seen to occur within a larger system associated with grassland establishment (Fig.