Effect of nitrogen fertilization on the chemical composition of brome grass

Carey, V.; Mitchell, H.L.; Anderson, K.

Agronom. J 44: 467-469

1952


Accession: 013693398

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Abstract
Plots of bromegrass were fertilized early in the growing season with ammonium nitrate to provide 100, 200 and 300 lb., cyanamide to provide 300 Ib. and Uramon to provide 300 lb. N per acre. Samples, taken every 2 weeks, were dried and ground, and total and nitrate N and riboflavin were estimated. Cyanamide at the 300 lb. N level produced plants with about the same N content as ammonium nitrate at that level. Those fertilized with Uramou had a slightly lower N content.