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  1. Vol. 54 No. 3, p. 212-214
     
    Received: June 30, 1961
    Published: May, 1962


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doi:10.2134/agronj1962.00021962005400030009x

Yield Response, Residual Nitrogen and Clover Content of an Irrigated Grass-Clover Pasture as Affected by Various Rates and Frequencies of Nitrogen Application1

  1. E. F. Maas,
  2. G. R. Webster,
  3. E. H. Gardner and
  4. R. H. Turley2

Synopsis

Synopsis

Greatest yield response occurred in the month of application while the residual effect in the second month was small. Dividing the N among more frequent applications gave greater uniformity of yield but no increase. Frequency of N applications had no effect on the N content of the forage or the percentage clover. An increase in the N application rate increased the N content of the forage in spite of a reduction in the clover content.

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