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  1. Vol. 50 No. 8, p. 457-459
     
    Received: Dec 21, 1957


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doi:10.2134/agronj1958.00021962005000080010x

A Comparison of Coastal and Common Bermudagrasses (Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers.) in the Piedmont Region: I. Yield Response to Fertilization1

  1. William E. Adams and
  2. Matthias Stelly2

Synopsis

Synopsis

Coastal Bermudagrass grown with or without crimson clover was superior to common Bermudagrass at all fertility levels on Cecil sandy loam. Soil pH and soil K2O decreased with increasing N rates. Crimson clover suppressed the growth of the two Bermudagrasses in the first harvest, but increased the growth in the second harvest over grass without clover. Inclusion of clover increased the total forage production and provided earlier grazing than grass alone.

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