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The most liberal index, KMRS, included perennial ryegrass as a fifth species resulting in a 12.
The KMRS method, which places more emphasis on stability, included perennial ryegrass in the selected species, but at a cost of reducing selected-species mean yield by 10.
The KRS index included an additional two stable species, whereas the KMRS index dropped meadow brome and selected perennial ryegrass resulting in an unacceptable yield reduction of 20.
We felt that Kang's KMRS index placed too much emphasis on stability resulting in unacceptable yield reductions.