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  1. Vol. 55 No. 5, p. 429-431
    Received: Feb 20, 1963

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Influence of Pasture Type and Management Practice Upon Subsequent Barley Yield1

  1. Clee S. Cooper and
  2. R. F. Eslick2



Barley yield increases following pasture were in all cases a reflection of the percentage legume previously present or of residual N from previous fertilization. Grazing management affected barley yield indirectly through its effect on legume composition. Yields were greater following legumes grown in pure stand than following pure stands of grass or grass-legume mixtures fertilized with high levels of N.

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