Effects of Row Spacing and Fertilizer Treatment on Seed Yield and Related Traits of ‘Sterling’ Orchardgrass1
- Irving T. Carlson2
Higher seed yields were obtained from rows spaced 24 inches apart than from 9- or 36-inch rows. Nitrogen fertilization increased seed yields each year. There was a response to phosphorus in the second and third years in 9- and 24-inch rows. Early April applications of fertilizer gave better yields than early September applications on 24-inch rows.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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