The effects of nitrogen fertilizer and cutting frequency on the root mass of cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata L.)

Kowalczyk, L.; Kowalczyk, J.

Biblioteczka Wiadomosci IMUZ 59: 199-207

1979


Accession: 001007459

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Abstract
In field and pot experiments, the effects of 60, 300 or 540 kg N + 180 kg P2O5 + 240 or 360 kg K2O/ha and 3 or 6 cuts/yr on root growth were examined in cocksfoot cv. Brudzynska grown on decaying peaty soils. Data are presented on the DM yields of roots and on the relation between root and total DM and fresh matter of cocksfoot yields for the various treatments.