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  1. Vol. 56 No. 5, p. 467-469
    Received: Apr 2, 1963

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Soil Moisture Extraction Trends of Several Legume-Grass Mixtures as Affected by Cutting Frequency and Nitrogen Fertilization1

  1. Dale D. Wolf2



Soil moisture extracted under mixtures cut 3 times was less at the 12-inch soil depth, but greater at the 48-inch depth, than with 5 cuttings. Extraction under alfalfa-grass mixtures receiving nitrogen was greater at 12 inches, but usually less at 48 inches, than under mixtures receiving no nitrogen. Mixtures containing alfalfa extracted less soil moisture at 12 inches, but more at 48 inches, than mixtures containing birdsfoot trefoil or ladino clover.

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