Effect off increasing nitrogen rates on yields and composition of clover, clover-grass and fodder grass, under conditions prevailing in the Central Erzgebirge and Upper Vogtland

Gluthmann, H.

Tagber. dt. Akad. LandwWiss. Berl 111: 59-65

1970


Accession: 014449354

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Abstract
Increasing rates of N (120-480 kg/ha) progressively increased the proportion of grass in clover-grass stands, ultimately to achieve pure stands of grass at the highest rates. At a low level of N, clover-grass produced higher dry-matter yields than pure red clover did; from 300 kg N onwards, yields of grass were higher than those of clover.