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  1. Vol. 49 No. 8, p. 422-426
     
    Received: Feb 4, 1956
    Published: Aug, 1957


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doi:10.2134/agronj1957.00021962004900080006x

Light, Soil Temperature, Soil Moisture and Alfalfa-Red Clover Distribution Between Corn Rows of Various Spacings and Row Directions1

  1. W. E. Larson and
  2. W. O. Willis2

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Alfalfa-red clover stands and growth frequently were poorer in a band at the south side of 80-inch spaced east-west planted corn rows than in the remainder of the interspace between the rows. Stands between north-south corn rows were usually more uniform. The band of poor stand on the south side of east-west rows coincided with a band of soil receiving near full sunlight throughout the day. This resulted in higher soil temperature and frequently lower soil moisture.

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