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DOI:10-1094/FG-2008-1007-01-RS
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Author(s):Santillano-C√°zares J.; Redfearn, D. D.; Caddel, J. L.; Goad, C. L.; Hopkins, A. A.
Author Affiliation:Santillano-C√°zares, Redfearn, and Caddel: Department of Plant and Soil Sciences; Goad: Department of Statistics, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma; Hopkins: Forage Improvement Division, Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Ardmore, Oklahoma
Title:Winter grazing can be beneficial to tall fescue seed production in Oklahoma
Section:Forage and grazinglands research
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Source:Forage and Grazinglands. October 7 2008, p. [1-6].
# of Pages:6
Publishing Information:Plant Management Network
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Keywords:TIC Keywords: Grazing; Defoliation; Festuca arundinacea; Seed production; Seed yield; Seed germination; Winter; Drought stress
Abstract/Contents:"There is little information available about the effects of winter grazing on tall fescue seed production in Oklahoma and north Texas. Our objective was to determine the effects of winter grazing on tall fescue seed yield, seed yield components, and seed germination in this region. Four tall fescue entries were either grazed or remained un-grazed during two growing seasons (2002-2003 and 2003-2004) near Burneyville, OK. Winter grazing lead to seed yield increases of as much as 380% under drought conditions in 2002-2003 but did not affect seed yield in 2003-2004. Winter grazing resulted in more seedheads/m2, and germination in 2003-2004. Winter grazing could be a viable component of tall fescue seed production systems in Oklahoma and north Texas, although drought can severely limit yields in some years."
Language:English
References:20
Note:Tables
See Also:Other items relating to: Disasters - Drought
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Santillano-C√°zares, J., D. D. Redfearn, J. L. Caddel, C. L. Goad, A. A. Hopkins, and J. Santillano-C√°zares. 2008. Winter grazing can be beneficial to tall fescue seed production in Oklahoma. Forage Grazinglands. p. [1-6].
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DOI: 10-1094/FG-2008-1007-01-RS
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