Using an alternative plant type like plantain (pictured) in grazed pasture could help cut nitrous oxide emissions from soils. Photo: NZ Herald

‘Greener’ pastures could help farms slash emissions, say New Zealand researchers

Having animals graze on a different kind of plant was found to cut emissions by up to 74 per cent

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Using an alternative plant type like plantain (pictured) in grazed pasture could help cut nitrous oxide emissions from soils. Photo: NZ Herald
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