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The issue:

Legume species vary in their requirements for phosphorus. For example, legumes such as serradella have substantially lower phosphorus fertiliser requirements than sub-clover or lucerne.

The impact:

Phosphorus-efficient species could out-perform traditional legume species on low-phosphorus soils and provide a lower-cost pasture solution.

The opportunity:

It could be feasible to develop pasture systems that require approximately 30% less phosphorus fertiliser annually.

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