Seasonal variations in soil mineral nitrogen and in the response of grassland to nitrogen fertilization

O. Oenema, J. Postmus, W.H. Prins, J.J. Neeteson

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    Abstract

    The seasonal variations in soil mineral nitrogen (N) were studied in 5 field experiments on intensively used grassland (90 Lolium perenne) in the Netherlands in 1985-88. In unfertilized grassland the quantity of soil mineral N ranged from 19 to 58 k
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, Nice (France)
    Place of PublicationVersailles
    PublisherAssociation Francaise pour la Production Fourragere
    Pages159-160
    Publication statusPublished - 1989

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    Oenema, O., Postmus, J., Prins, W. H., & Neeteson, J. J. (1989). Seasonal variations in soil mineral nitrogen and in the response of grassland to nitrogen fertilization. In Proceedings of the XVI International Grassland Congress, Nice (France) (pp. 159-160). Versailles: Association Francaise pour la Production Fourragere.