2 edition of Nutrient minerals in grassland herbage. found in the catalog.
Nutrient minerals in grassland herbage.
David Charles Whitehead
by Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux
Written in English
|Series||Commonwealth Bureau of Pastures and Field crops.Mimeographed publications;no.1/1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||83|
The aim of this research was to assess differences in the quantity and quality of herbage and invertebrate generalist predator abundance among permanent and temporary pastures. Two permanent pastures and four temporary ley pastures (either one year or two years since being sown) were monitored weekly for 10 weeks in the spring. Permanent pastures included a diverse range of native UK grass. Nutrient Cycling in Warm-Climate Grasslands J. C. B. Dubeux, Jr., L. E. Sollenberger,* B. W. Mathews, J. M. Scholberg, and H. Q. Santos NUTRIENT POOLS IN GRASSLAND .
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Overview Aims and Scope. Grass and Forage Science is a major English language journal that publishes the results of research and development in all aspects of grass and forage production, management and utilization; reviews of the state of knowledge on relevant topics; and book reviews. Authors are also invited to submit papers on non-agricultural aspects of grassland management such as. Chapter 9: Managing mineral N leaching in grassland systems. Chapter Greenhouse gas emission from grassland area and mitigation. Chapter Role and impacts of legumes in grasslands for high productivity and N gain from symbiotic N2 fixation. Chapter Efficiency of Phosphorus Cycling in Different Grassland Systems.
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pp pp. Abstract: There are references. Record Number: Cited by: Nutrient minerals in grassland herbage. [Farnham Royal (Bucks)] Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David Charles Whitehead.
After an introductory chapter, the next 3 chapters deal with nutrient elements in soils, the uptake and concentration of nutrients in herbage, and nutrient elements in ruminant animals.
The rest of the book deals with individual nutrients: nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur, major cations (K, Na, Ca and Mg), trace element cations (Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu and Co), halogens (Cl and I), and other trace elements (B, Mo and.
This book is an essential reference source covering the chemical elements that are nutrients for plants or grazing animals. It deals with the concentrations and transformations of these elements in soils, grassland plants, and ruminant animals, particularly cattle and sheep.
increase in the proportion of mineral-poor grasses. Our study indicates that including herbs in forage mixtures is an effective way of increasing mineral concentrations in herbage. Keywords: herbs, forage quality, dairy cows, functional plant groups, grass-clover swards, slurry Introduction Grassland covers about 40% of the Nutrient minerals in grassland herbage.
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The nutrient uptake value represents the nutrients that the grassland herbage has removed from the soil and will be consumed and utilized by the cow. The cow requires these nutrients to produce milk and meat. After this, the cow excretes the residual nutrients, not used for production, in dung and : Stevanche Nikoloski, Philip Murphy, Dragi Kocev, Sašo Džeroski, David P.
Wall. To do so, samples of fresh herbage from mixed grassland were collected from one experimental site during 5 seasons and analyses for the concentration of calcium (Ca), phosphorus (P), magnesium (Mg), potassium (K), sulphur (S), copper (Cu), sodium (Na), chlorine (Cl), iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), cobalt (Co), zinc (Zn) and selenium (Se).Author: Emmy Koeleman.
The botanical composition influenced all macro mineral (Table 2, P mineral concentrations (Table 3, P herbage was lower (P herbage rich in other herbaceous plants (H).Cited by: 7.
This comprehensive book examines how mineral nutrition affects plant disease. Minerals improve the overall quality and health of plants. Knowing how each individual mineral affects a plant is beneficial for efficiency in production and sustaining the ecosystem.
From a plant pathology perspective, Mineral Nutrition and Plant Disease brings the /5(9). Provision of an adequate mineral supply in the diets of ruminants fed mainly on grassland herbage can present a challenge if mineral concentrations are suboptimal for animal nutrition.
Forage herbs may be included in grassland seed mixtures to improve herbage mineral content, although there is limited information about mineral concentrations in Cited by: Herbage analysis offers a definitive means of determining the N, P, K and S status of perennial ryegrass swards.
Unfortunately, the results of such analyses can be difficult to interpret, simply because the minimum or 'critical' concentration of a nutrient in plant tissue for optimum growth, varies both with crop age and with changes in the concentrations of other by: The major mineral content depends on herbage maturity within the growth cycle; both phosphorus and potassium contents fall with declining crude protein concentrations.
Nitrogen fertilizer generally increases both magnesium and sodium concentration whilst potassium application Cited by: Nutrient supply enhanced the increase in intrinsic water-use efficiency of a temperate seminatural grassland in the last century Article in Global Change Biology 18(11) June with.
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Sudia.Grassland. During the past century our knowledge of trace elements and their importance in crop and animal nutrition has grown steadily. More recently their role in human nutrition has been increasingly recognised. This chapter outlines the present position regarding the content and distribution of some trace elements in Irish soils.Online publicatioNs database Online access to 75 years of technical papers published by the Association.