EFFECT OF STAGE AND HEIGHT OF CUTTING ON THE DRY MATTER YIELD AND PERSISTENCE OF INTERMEDIATE WHEATGRASS, BROMEGRASS, AND REED CANARYGRASS

@article{Lawrence1969EFFECTOS,
  title={EFFECT OF STAGE AND HEIGHT OF CUTTING ON THE DRY MATTER YIELD AND PERSISTENCE OF INTERMEDIATE WHEATGRASS, BROMEGRASS, AND REED CANARYGRASS},
  author={T. Lawrence and R. Ashford},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Plant Science},
  year={1969},
  volume={49},
  pages={321-332}
}
The effects of harvesting at three heights of cutting and four stages of development on the dry matter yield and persistency of intermediate wheatgrass, Agropyron intermedium (Host.) Beauv., bromegrass, Bromus inermis Leyss., and reed canarygrass, Phalaris arundinacea L., were studied at two sites on irrigated land.The dry matter yield of all species decreased with increasing heights of cutting, and increased with advancing maturity at the time of taking the initial harvest. Highest yields were… Expand
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