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  1. Vol. 50 No. 3, p. 161-164
    Received: Aug 3, 1957

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Some Responses of Alfalfa Varieties to Fertilization and Cutting Treatments1

  1. H. Douglass Gross,
  2. C. P. Wilsie and
  3. John Pesek2



During a 2-year period the following significant alfalfa yield responses were noted: variety × P, variety × cutting treatment and variety × cutting treatment × P. The third year, when plots were harvested alike, significant interactions were: variety × P and previous cutting treatment × K. Several varieties displayed flexibility in response to management practices. As measured in the third year, Buffalo and Vernal were the highest yielding varieties over all treatments. Stand differences, though statistically significant, were small and were not reflected in yield.

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