CitationPower, J. F. (1974). Urea as a nitrogen fertilizer for Great Plains grasslands. Journal of Range Management, 27(2), 161-164.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractEconomics and pollution standards indicate that urea may soon be the prime nitrogen fertilizer source in the Great Plains. Available literature was reviewed on the use of urea as a fertilizer for grasslands, particularly in semiarid regions. Results from only a few such experiments were found. However, these results agree with those from more humid or subtropical regions in that urea was as effective as ammonium nitrate at low, but not at high, rates of application. Maximum production attainable with urea is probably less than that attainable with ammonium nitrate.