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  1. Vol. 48 No. 3, p. 132-134
     
    Received: Dec 8, 1955


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doi:10.2134/agronj1956.00021962004800030010x

Boron Requirement for Crimson Clover Seed Production, Its Accumulation in Soils, and Residual Effects on Sensitive Crops1

  1. John I. Wear2

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Synopsis

After each of 4 annual applications on 6 Alabama soils, boron did not accumulate in the surface 12 inches of coarse-textured soils, but did in fine-textured soils. Crimson clover seed yield increases were highest with the first 10-lbs. rate of borax per year on coarse-textured soils. Four annual 30-lb. applications on crimson clover were not toxic to soybeans and cotton following the clover.

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