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Seasonality of pasture growth in West Virginia


Proceedings of the 12th General Meeting of the European Grassland Federation, Dublin, Ireland, July 4-7, 1988: 382-386
Seasonality of pasture growth in West Virginia
Permanent hill land pasture containing Poa pratensis, Trifolium repens and herbaceous broadleaved plants was given 30 or 180 kg N/ha and cut 4 times for hay starting in early June or 7 times at monthly intervals to simulate grazing starting on 10, 17, 24 or 30 Apr. Mean herbage accumulation was 5.11 t DM/ha for hay and 4.4 t/ha for grazing management. Yield differences between the simulated grazing managements were not significant.

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