Effect of Applied Sulfur on Yield and Sulfur Uptake of Various California Dryland Pasture Species1
- 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.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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