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Influences of exposures on dry matter yields and nutrient contents of grasses 3. comparative studies on south and north exposure on the botanical composition dry matter yield chemical composition in a mixed sward


Influences of exposures on dry matter yields and nutrient contents of grasses 3. comparative studies on south and north exposure on the botanical composition dry matter yield chemical composition in a mixed sward



Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration 29(2 LIVEST. AND VET): 42-47



This experiment was carried out to investigate the effects of the different exposures and nitrogen fertilizing levels on the botanical and inorganic compositions in a mixed sward. It was conducted on the field of the Livestock Experiment Station, in Suweon, September 1983 to October 1986. The results obtained are summarized as follows: Dry matter yiled was not different between the south and north exposure in normal fertilizing. Otherwise in low fertilizing, the yield of the south exposure was much more by 12% than that of the north. In the dry matter ratio of individual species under normal fertilizing level, tall fescue and red top were much more proportioned at the north than that of the south but ladino clover showed the reverse trend the mentioned above and there was not different in orchardgrass. In low fertilizing, Red top were much more at the north but ladino clover was at the south, orchardgrass and tall fescue showed a little difference. Chemical compositions except NFE in the south were much contented than that of the north in case of normal fertilizing. There was same trend in low fertilizing too. In inorganic compositions with normal fertilizing, Ca and Na content were much higher at the north. But N, P, K and Mg were much higher at the south. All inorganic compositions except Na content were higher at the south in the low fertilizing. Equivalent ratio of K/(Ca + Mg) showed 1.94 in the north and 2.24 in the south. In botanical composition under cutting management, ladino clover ratio was much higher at the south and red top at the north in case of normal fertilizing. On the other hand, orchardgrass ratio was gradually increased and others were decreased both at the south and north. There was also same trend even in the case of low fertilizing.

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