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Residual effects of various nitrogen rates applied over several years to permanent pasture

Residual effects of various nitrogen rates applied over several years to permanent pasture

Archiv fur Acker und Pflanzenbau und Bodenkunde 24(10): 681-685

On alluvial sand at Paulinenaue, av. annual DM yields in 1968-70 from permanent pasture which had received 0, 60, 120, 240, 480 or 720 kg N/ha yr in 1958-67 were 2.95, 2.69, 2.91, 3.13, 3.17 and 3.82 t/ha. On an upland site at Lauterbach in the Erzgebirge, av. yields in 1967-74 on plots which had received 80-480 kg N/ha yr in 1964-6 were lower than on those which had received no N.

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