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Productivity and Nutritive Quality of Johnsongrass as Influenced by Interseeded Ladino Clover and Fertilization with Commercial Fertilizer or Broiler Litter
Johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense) is a warm-season perennial forage grown throughout the southeastern US. It was a very popular forage for cattle grazing during the early 20th Century; however, it currently is not utilized ...
Effects of Nitrogen Fertilization on Phosphorus Uptake and Movement Among Forage, Soil and Water in a Year-Round Pasture System
A 3-year study was conducted to investigate manipulation of nitrogen (N) fertilization regime and incorporation of seasonally adapted annual forages for re-establishing phosphorus (P) equilibrium and sustainability in a ...