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Abstract

 

doi:10.2134/agronj1965.00021962005700050012x

Seasonal Response of Temporary Winter Grazing Mixtures to Split Applications of Nitrogen1

  1. D. G. Cummins,
  2. J. P. Craigmiles and
  3. J. P. Newton2

Synopsis

Synopsis

Forage yields of nonirrigated oat mixtures and both irrigated and nonirrigated rye mixtures were increased by split applications of N compared to applying all the N at planting time. Irrigated oats did not respond to split N applications. Split applications of N increased late season forage production with little effect on fall production when compared with applying all the N at planting. Rye appears to be more responsive to split N applications than oats. Forage yields of oat and rye mixtures were increased by increasing N rates and by irrigation.

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