Effects of One Year's Nitrogen Fertilization on Native Vegetation Under Clipping and Burning
K.S. Adams Ranch
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CitationGay, C. W., & Dwyer, D. D. (1965). Effects of one year's nitrogen fertilization on native vegetation under clipping and burning. Journal of Range Management, 18(5), 273-277.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractBurning and nitrogen fertilization in combination increased forage production significantly over any other treatment including fertilization alone. Forage production on plots burned and fertilized with 100 pounds of nitrogen increased forage production 59% over the control and 54% over plots unburned and treated with 100 pounds of nitrogen. Burning, fertilization, and their combination were effective in reducing forbs.