2 edition of Minor elements and their effects on the growth and chemical composition of herbage plants found in the catalog.
Minor elements and their effects on the growth and chemical composition of herbage plants
R Dorrington Williams
|Statement||byR. Dorrington Williams.|
|Series||Mimeographed publication - Commonwealth Bureau of Pastures and FieldCrops ; no. 1/1959|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 89 p. (2 fold.) ;|
|Number of Pages||89|
Furthermore, Chemical Composition the degree to which SC and NSC are degraded depends upon factors such as their chemical composition, physical confor- Forages consist of the leaf, sheath, and stem of the plant mation, and association with poorly degraded noncarbohy- and, depending on the stage of growth, may also include drate compounds. The efficiency (effects) of plants and their effects by site pollutants should be noted, such as damaged plant parts, and effects on growth, reproduction, and distribution. Plant species distribution, location, and proximity to a pollutant source, and the condition of plant parts should be noted and recorded.
Thus, in shortgrass range near Hays, from through , yields of opportunistic plants were greatest during years most favorable for plant growth (when grazed lightly season long) and their yields were least during dry years (particularly under season-long heavy grazing)(Figure 2). BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PRAIRIE STUDIES. A. 1. PRAIRIE SANDREED, WATER INFILTRATION, WATER USE J. Powell, F. Gray, and P. I. Claypool. Establishment, growth, utilization, and chemical composition of introduced shrubs on Oklahoma tall grass prairie. Journal of Range Management. Prairie plants and their environments: a fifty.
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