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  1. Vol. 57 No. 6, p. 543-547
     
    Received: Mar 4, 1965
    Published: Nov, 1965


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doi:10.2134/agronj1965.00021962005700060008x

Hay Production and Nutrient Uptake at High Altitudes in Colorado with Different Grasses in Conjunction with Alsike Clover or Nitrogen Fertilizer1

  1. A. R. Grable,
  2. F. M. Willhite and
  3. W. L. McCuistion2

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Studies at 3 different locations in Colorado at altitudes of 6200, 770, and 9700 feet showed a great potential for increasing forage and nutrient production when N was supplied by legumes or as fertilizers. Each of the 6 grasses used was highly productive at one or more locations. Greatest production was observed with late-cut harvest at high altitude but early-cut harvest was superior for production at low altitude.

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