Comparison of the long-term effects of different sulphur fertilisers on legume pasture production on a toposequence of North Otago soils, New Zealand

@inproceedings{Boswell1991ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of the long-term effects of different sulphur fertilisers on legume pasture production on a toposequence of North Otago soils, New Zealand},
  author={Clarice C. Boswell and B. Swanney},
  year={1991}
}
Abstract Rates of sulphur (S) fertiliser for longterm legume pasture (a mixture of lucerne and red, white, and alsike clovers) production were measured for three forms of S fertiliser at each of four sites (two altitudes (450 and 800 m) and two aspects (sunny and shady)), on yellow-grey earth soils in the Waitaki Basin, under a cutting and removal management. The experiment covered a 3-year period (4–6 years post-establishment). Superphosphate and molten mixed S superphosphate extra (MMSS) (27… CONTINUE READING