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  1. Vol. 57 No. 2, p. 185-188
    Received: Aug 13, 1964

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An Evaluation of Nitrogen Fertilization in Legume-Grass and All-Grass Pasture1

  1. W. F. Wedin,
  2. J. D. Donker and
  3. G. C. Marten2



A simple legume-grass mixture was more productive than a grass + N mixture in 1958 but less productive in 1959, following legume depletion due to winter-killing. A low rate of nitrogen applied to depleted legume-grass swards was economically superior to high rates on either legume-depleted or all-grass pastures, but especially the latter. Results over the 5-year period suggest the desirability of seeding simple legume-grass mixtures with limited nitrogen amendments after legume depletion rather than seeding of either complex or all-grass mixtures.

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