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- C. M. Taliaferro; F. P. Horn; B. B. Tucker; R. Totusek; R. D. Morrison
- Agronomy journal 1975 v.67 no.3 pp. 289-292
- Andropogon; Bothriochloa ischaemum; Bouteloua; Cynodon dactylon; Eragrostis curvula; Panicum; Sorghastrum; application rate; crude protein; dry matter digestibility; fertilizer application; forage; in vitro digestibility; indigenous species; nitrogen; perennial grasses; phosphorus; phosphorus fertilizers; rangelands; split application; warm season; warm season grasses; Great Plains region; Oklahoma; Texas
- ... Several perennial, warm-season grass species are being used to revegetate depleted rangeland in parts of the southern Great Plains, particularly Oklahoma and Texas. This experiment was conducted to provide comparative data on the yield and quality of forage of three introduced grasses and a native range grass mixture as influenced by nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization. ‘Midland’ bermudagrass [C ...
- A. R. Overman; M. A. Sanderson; R. M. Jones
- Agronomy journal 1993 v.85 no.3 pp. 541-545
- interspecific variation; cultivars; mathematical models; forage crops; Panicum coloratum; application rate; soil water content; Cynodon dactylon; arid zones; dry matter accumulation; crop yield; rain; growth models; Eragrostis curvula; Cenchrus ciliaris; nitrogen fertilizers; Texas
- ... Models provide a quantitative means to evaluate yield response of forage grasses to applied N and water availability. The objective of this analysis was to estimate model parameters (A, b, c) for bermu. dagrasses and bunchgrasses grown at the same location and during the same time period. The logistic equation was used to relate annual dry matter production to applied N for three bermudagrasses [C ...