Response of Four Pasture Grasses to Nitrogen in the Dry Tropics1
- A. J. Oakes and
- O. Skov2
Yields of Coastal bermudagrass, rhodesgrass, pangolagrass, and stargrass increased markedly following split applications of nitrogen at rates up to 300 pounds of N per acre annually. The recovery and efficiency with which the applied nitrogen was utilized varied with grass species and nitrogen Bevel. Ranked in descending order of yield and efficiency of nitrogen utilization in forage production the grasses are: rhodesgrass, Coastal bermudagrass, stargrass, and pangolagrass.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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