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Author(s):Skirde, W.
Author Affiliation:Justus Liebig-Universität, Gießen, Federal Republic of Germany
Title:N√§hrstoffgehalt and N√§hrstoffentzug von Rasen bei verschieden hoher D√ľngung und verschiedenem Bodenaufbau
Translated Title:[Nutrient content and nutrient uptake by turf at different levels of fertilization and with different types of ground construction]
Source:Rasen-Turf-Gazon. Vol. 5, No. 3, 1974, p. 68-73.
# of Pages:6
Publishing Information:Bonn-Bad Godesberg, Hortus Verlag
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Fertilizers; Potash; Fertilization program; Clippings; Potassium
Abstract/Contents:In trials with 3 grass mixtures a complete fertilizer (20:5:5) was applied at levels corresponding to 5-60 g N/m2 annually. Increasing rates raised the nutrient contents of the mowings. The ratio of nutrients ranged from 1:0.45:1.28 with no fertilizer to 1:0.24:0.69 at the highest rate. The amount of mowings was increased by fertilizing and resulted in a removal of K which was only partly replaced by fertilizing. In a lysimeter experiment on ground in which the grass-bearing layer consisted mainly of sand or mainly of [organic] soil, nutrient removal was greater from soil than from sand in the first year but in the second year nutrient uptake and yield of mowings was greater from the sandy substrate.
Language:German
References:5
Note:Summary appears in German and English
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Skirde, W. 1974. N√§hrstoffgehalt and N√§hrstoffentzug von Rasen bei verschieden hoher D√ľngung und verschiedenem Bodenaufbau. (In German) Rasen Turf Gazon. 5(3):p. 68-73.
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