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  1. Vol. 50 No. 10, p. 629-632
    Received: Feb 27, 1958



The Effect of Height and Frequency of Cutting on The Yield and Botanical Composition of Tall Fescue and Smooth Bromegrass Mixtures1

  1. A. W. Burger,
  2. J. A. Jackobs and
  3. C. N. Hittle2



Tall fescue-legume mixtures produced more dry matter per season than smooth bromegrass-legume mixtures. Tall fescue combinations, compared to smooth bromegrass combinations, were especially high yielding at the pasture frequency of cutting, at last harvests in each season, and in non-Ladino clover versus Ladino clover mixtures. Smooth bromegrass was less persistent than tall fescue when in mixture with legumes and there was a higher percentage of legumes and more weed encroachment in the bromegrass-legume mixtures.

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