Before sowing with pasture, the land may be contoured into a giant corrugated-iron pattern. This allows water to quickly drain away and prevents ‘pugging’ (heavy trampling of the soil and pasture) by grazing livestock. This hump-and-hollow pasture is at Tetaho, South Westland.
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Photograph by Allan Gillingham
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