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On the evaluation of the effects of top and root competition between grasses by the partition technique. 1. Comparison of top and root competition between perennial ryegrass and tall fescue in Japan



On the evaluation of the effects of top and root competition between grasses by the partition technique. 1. Comparison of top and root competition between perennial ryegrass and tall fescue in Japan



Journal of Japanese Society of Grassland Science 32(2): 109-116



Lolium perenne and Festuca arundinacea were grown alone or in mixtures in boxes with plastic panels placed above ground or below soil level to compare root and shoot competition. Tiller number, LAI and DM yield of L. perenne were higher in mixtures than in monoculture, while the reverse was true for F. arundinacea in full competition and root competition studies. There were less obvious trends with just shoot competition.

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