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Differences in seasonal growth patterns of Nezasa (Pleioblastus variegatus), suzuki (Miscanthus sinensis), tall fescue, Kentucky bluegrass and red top in semi-natural pasture



Differences in seasonal growth patterns of Nezasa (Pleioblastus variegatus), suzuki (Miscanthus sinensis), tall fescue, Kentucky bluegrass and red top in semi-natural pasture



Bulletin of the Kyushu National Agricultural Experiment Station 23(2): 243-252



In experiments on the sunny southern and shady northern slopes of Mt. Aso in 1980-1, semi-natural native grassland was oversown with 3 introduced grass spp. Pastures were cut monthly, 5 cm above the ground, from March to Oct. and the DW, grass height and leaf growth assessed. Festuca arundinacea had a major flush in May, followed by a minor flush in Aug. P. variegatus, M. sinensis, Poa pratensis and Agrostis gigantea each had a flush in June, but M. sinensis had a second flush in Sept.

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