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  1. Vol. 56 No. 2, p. 195-198
     
    Received: Aug 12, 1963


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doi:10.2134/agronj1964.00021962005600020022x

Effects of Soil Moisture Regime on Yield, Nutrient Content, and Evapotranspiration for Three Annual Forage Species1

  1. O. L. Bennett,
  2. B. D. Doss,
  3. D. A. Ashley,
  4. V. J. Kilmer and
  5. E. C. Richardson2

Synopsis

Synopsis

Yields of Sudangrass, Starr millet, and Sart sorghum and evapotransipiration rates increased as available soil moisture level increased. Sart sorghum produced highest yield at all three moisture regimes. In general, nitrogen and potassium concentrations in plant tissue decreased with increasing soil moisture, but total uptake was usually higher with irrigation.

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