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Effects of fertilizer potassium on Coastal bermudagrass grown on Coastal Plain soil

Effects of fertilizer potassium on Coastal bermudagrass grown on Coastal Plain soil

Bulletin, Agricultural Experiment Station, Louisiana State University (782): 73

Data from a six-year trial at Homer, La showed that potassium fertilization played a vital role in the production of Coastal bermudagrass on this experimental site. Where K was not applied, stands declined 6.4 percent annually below the 57 percent level observed when the study was initiated, and forage yields declined 1 715 pounds per acre annually while removing soil K at an average yearly rate of 76 pounds per acre. Economic returns per acre were negative.

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