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Quantitative-qualitative responses of mixed two-species legume and grass meadows under different water regimes


Rivista di Agronomia 25(2): 356-362
Quantitative-qualitative responses of mixed two-species legume and grass meadows under different water regimes
In field trials at Foggia in 1980-82, Medicago sativa Ascolana or Onobrychis viciaefolia was grown in mixed swards with Festuca arundinacea Manade, Phalaris tuberosa or Dactylis glomerata Dora without irrigation or with 500 or 1000 msuperscript 3 irrigation/ha when class A pan evaporation reached 100 mm. Averaged over species mixtures, yields decreased from 29.9 t in 1980 to 23.1 t DM/ha in 1982 with corresponding decreases in CP, CF, N-free extracts and FU for milk production.

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