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  1. Vol. 53 No. 3, p. 180-183
     
    Received: Aug 5, 1960


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doi:10.2134/agronj1961.00021962005300030016x

A Comparison of Birdsfoot Trefoil and Ladino Clover under Varying Irrigation and Fertility Levels1

  1. Clee S. Cooper2

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Increasing frequency of irrigation gave a marked response with Ladino clover, but not with birdsfoot trefoil. Part of the response of Ladino clover was attributed to a better medium on irrigated plots for the regeneration of clover stands which were depleted from winterkilling. Birdsfoot trefoil did not respond to irrigation because of the presence of a shallow water table within reach of birdsfoot trefoil roots. Frequent irrigations resulted in decreased stands of birdsfoot trefoil which were accompanied by an ingress of weeds.

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