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- Bridges, Kathleen M.; Fultz, Lisa M.; Alison, Montgomery W.; Han, Kun-Jun; Macoon, Bisoondat; Pitman, William D.
- Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 2019 v.282 pp. 58-68
- Trifolium nigrescens, etc ; Actinobacteria; Avena sativa; Brassica rapa; Gram-positive bacteria; Lolium multiflorum; Paspalum notatum; Raphanus sativus; Trifolium incarnatum; Trifolium pratense; Triticosecale; Vicia villosa; annuals; beta-glucosidase; carbon; cattle; cold season; community structure; enzyme activity; fatty acid methyl esters; forage; grazing; grazing management; hay; landscapes; mycorrhizal fungi; nitrate nitrogen; nitrogen; oats; pH; pasture management; pastures; radishes; soil organic matter; soil properties; soil quality; sowing; spring; topography; total nitrogen; triticale; turnips; vegetation; warm season; winter; Mississippi; Show all 46 Subjects
- ... Over-seeding cool-season annual forages in pastures in the southeastern US provides increased grazing opportunities for livestock and reduces the amount of hay needed during winter. The constant presence of vegetation can benefit soil health, the biological aspect of which has only received cursory investigation to date. Since 2009, a commercial cattle grazing operation located in south Mississipp ...