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Author Affiliation:Vsesoyuznyi Institut Kormov, Lugovaya, Moskovskaya Oblast', USSR
Title:Seasonal and age dynamics of meadow grass shoot formation under different nutrient and utilization patterns
Source:Proceedings of the 12th International Grassland Congress. Biological and. 1974, p. 414-419.
Publishing Information:Moscow, USSR
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Dactylis glomerata; Mixtures; Tillering; Fertilizers; Festuca pratensis; Phleum pratense; Cutting
Abstract/Contents:In pot and field trials, cocksfoot, meadow fescue and timothy were grown alone or in mixtures and were given various rates of NPK and cut twice or 3-7 times/year. Maximum tillering was found in the 2nd and 3rd years. The growth pattern depended on species, fertilizer rate, water supply and cutting regime. In cocksfoot, application of NPK fertilizer decreased, but did not prevent, the decrease in tillering after the 3rd year. Application of high rates of N gave good yields in the 4th and 5th years and decreased the intervals between cuts.
Language:Russian
References:5
Geographic Terms:USSR, Moscow
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
1974. Seasonal and age dynamics of meadow grass shoot formation under different nutrient and utilization patterns. (In Russian) Int. Grassland Congress Proc. p. 414-419.
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