Seasonal Response of Temporary Winter Grazing Mixtures to Split Applications of Nitrogen1
- D. G. Cummins,
- J. P. Craigmiles and
- J. P. Newton2
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.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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