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  1. Vol. 56 No. 2, p. 198-201
     
    Received: July 31, 1963


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doi:10.2134/agronj1964.00021962005600020023x

Zinc Content of Coastal Bermudagrass as Influenced by Frequency and Season of Harvest, Location, and Level of N and Lime1

  1. W. J. Miller,
  2. W. E. Adams,
  3. Rosa Nussbaumer,
  4. R. A. McCreery and
  5. H. F. Perkins2

Synopsis

Synopsis

Zinc content of Coastal bermudagrass grown on a Coastal plain soil was not affected by either frequency or season of harvest. Percentage of zinc in forage grown on a Piedmont soil was decreased by a very high level of lime and increased by high levels of N fertilization. There was an inverse relationship between zinc content of forage and soil pH.

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