Nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, tall fescue
Tall fescue is the major cool-season grass in southeastern Kansas. Perennial grass crops, as with annual row crops, rely on proper fertilization for optimum production; however, meadows and pastures are often under-fertilized and produce low quantities of low-quality forage. Even when new stands are established, this is often true. The objective of this study was to determine whether N, P, and K fertilization improves yields during the early years of a stand.
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Sweeney, D. W.; Moyer, J. L.; and Farney, J. K.
"Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium Fertilization for Newly Established Tall Fescue,"
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