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Use of water by six grass species. 1. Dry-matter yields and response to irrigation


Journal of Agricultural Science, UK 93(1): 13-24
Use of water by six grass species. 1. Dry-matter yields and response to irrigation
The yield and quality of herbage produced by perennial ryegrass, cocksfoot, timothy, rough-stalked meadow grass, tall fescue and Italian ryegrass were examined without irrigation and under 2 irrigation regimes. Water was applied according to the potential soil water deficit (potential SWD): the soil was either partially returned to field capacity (FC) after each cut or fully returned to FC whenever the potential SWD reached 25 mm.


Accession: 000795255

DOI: 10.1017/s002185960008607x



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