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  1. Vol. 54 No. 1, p. 26-28

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Beef Gains from Differentially Fertilized Summer Grasses in the Coastal Plain1

  1. R. F. Suman,
  2. S. G. Woods,
  3. T. C. Peele and
  4. E. G. Godbey2



Maximum beef gains from summer grazing were produced with Coastal bermudagrass fertilized with 400 pounds pec acre of nitrogen. Rotational grazing of Coastal bermudagrass increased beef gains very little. Protein content of the grasses varied according to season and fertilization rate but was not the factor limiting production.

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