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Effect of different rates of dairy effluent on turnip DM yields and nutritive characteristics



Effect of different rates of dairy effluent on turnip DM yields and nutritive characteristics



Solutions for a better environment: Proceedings of the 11th Australian Agronomy Conference, Geelong, Victoria, Australia, 2-6 February 2003: 0-4



A study determined the effect of rate of dairy effluent application on soil nutrient status, dry matter (DM) yield, nutritive characteristics and mineral concentrations of turnips (Brassica rapa cv Barabas. Rates of effluent applied were 0, 16, 23 and 33 mm/ha. Analysis of the effluent applied indicated high levels of potassium (426.7 kg/ml) and sodium (551.4 kg/ml) and moderate levels of nitrogen (122.1 kg/ml).

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