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  1. Vol. 56 No. 2, p. 235-237
    Received: Aug 10, 1963

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Effect of Applied Sulfur on Yield and Sulfur Uptake of Various California Dryland Pasture Species1

  1. Milton B. Jones2



Forage production was increased by sulfur applied up to 40 pounds per acre. The subclover component increased up to 80 pounds of S per acre. Annual grass yields at the high rates of S were decreased by clover competition. Higher rates of S application had a greater carry-over effect than the 20-pound raw. Subclover and hardingrass had the greatest increase in uptake of S with increasing rates of applied S, while annual grasses had the least.

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