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Warm-season Grass Diversity In Yield, Plant Morphology, And Nitrogen Concentration And Removal In Northeastern USA.

G. Jung, J. A. Shaffer, W. Stout, M. T. Panciera
Published 1990 · Biology

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Six genera of warm-season grasses were grown in Pennsylvania for 9 yr on a fine-loamy, mixed mesic, Aquic Fragiudult, to determine their potential as forage grasses on droughty sites. Effects of applied N on yield, plant morphology, and N composition of forages were studied during Years 4 through 7, when N was applied to half of each plot area. (...)



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