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

 

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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
  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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