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Studies on timing of nitrogen fertilization to timothy (Phleum pratense L.) dominant meadows. II. Effects of various timings on dry matter yield of timothy - legume mixtures



Studies on timing of nitrogen fertilization to timothy (Phleum pratense L.) dominant meadows. II. Effects of various timings on dry matter yield of timothy - legume mixtures



Nippon Sochi Gakkaishi = Journal of Japanese Society of Grassland Science 36(4): 338-346



In field trials the effects of timing of application of 80 kg N/ha per year on DM yields of P. pratense Kunpu (very early; 3 cuts/year), Nosappu (early) and Hokushu (late) (both at 2 cuts/year) grown in mixtures with Trifolium pratense Sapporo and T. repens New Zealand were studied. Total grass and legume yields were closely correlated with annual T. pratense yields, and both yields increased with higher rates of N applied in early spring, especially with Nosappu and Hokushu.

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