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  1. Vol. 49 No. 8, p. 412-415
    Received: Jan 5, 1956

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Heaving in Forage Stands and in Bare Ground1

  1. A. M. Decker Jr. and
  2. T. S. Ronningen2



The amount of heaving during the winter and early spring was related to soil temperature changes as well as the uniformity and density of plant cover. Heaving damage to Ladino clover closely paralleled the upward movement of wooden dowels placed in the plot area. Other established forage species tested were not affected by this frost action.

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