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Exploiting white clover as a source of nitrogen in mixed swards



Exploiting white clover as a source of nitrogen in mixed swards



Better use of nitrogen the prospect for grassland: 8



The advantages of Trifolium repens are noted (ability to fix atmospheric N, high nutritive value and reduced pollution potential) and its association with grass in a sward is considered. Progress in understanding the physiological effect of fertilizer N, in interaction with environment and management, on T. repens growth relative to grass in a mixed sward, is reported.

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