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comparison of yield and soil conditions during 20 years of grazed grass and arable cropping
E. A. Garwood
Bibliography: p. 71-73.
|Statement||E. A. Garwood, K. C. Tyson and C. R. Clement.|
|Series||Grassland Research Institute. G.R.I. technical report ; no. 21|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
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A comparison of yield and soil conditions during 20 years of grazed grass and arable cropping. Technical Report No. Grassland Research Institute, Hurley, Berks., U.K. Google ScholarCited by: During the subsequent 20 years, C and N remained relatively constant and herbage yield increased.
Soil C and N declined under arable management from % to % C and from % to % N, equivalent to a loss of kg C and 25 kg N/ha per by: Denitrification in the grassland plot was greater than in the arable plot only when the soil moisture tension was less than kPa.
However, this moisture tension was exceeded much more quickly after irrigation or rainfall on the grassland soil, due mainly comparison of yield and soil conditions during 20 years of grazed grass and arable cropping book its greater porosity.
At temperatures Cited by: Garwood E A, Tyson K C and Clement C R A comparison of yield and soil conditions during 20 years of grazed grass and arable cropping. Tech. Rep. The Grassland Research Institute, Hurley. 89 p. Google ScholarCited by: A Comparison of Yield and Soil Conditions During 20 Years of Grazed Grass and Arable Cropping (Tech.
Report No. 21). Grassland Res. Inst., Hurley, UK. Google ScholarCited by: A 3‐year grazed grass with clover (grass + clover) ley in a 5‐year rotation with arable crops increased percentage organic carbon (%OC) in the top 25 cm of the soil from to in 28 years, but with little further increase during the next 40 years with all‐grass leys given fertilizer nitrogen (N).Cited by: 9.
Graze to grain—measuring and modelling the effects of grazed pasture leys on soil nitrogen and sorghum yield on a Vertosol soil treatments had been preceded by 20+ years of crop production and crops and N was applied to the same plot each year. Seasonal conditions During the period of the ﬁeld trials, annual rainfall was generally.
growers should soil test in late winter or early spring to a depth of 30 cm to determine the application rate for the following spring.
The average soil mineral N from 10 years of trials is 38 kg N/ha. On average a target total N (soil and applied) of kg N/ha will increase seed yield. Rather, weight gain on older pastures was restricted by pasture quality in winter and by reduced pasture growth in spring, but not by presentation dry-matter yield.
The decrease in pasture productivity seemed to be primarily due to reductions in available soil mineral N with age, since the N concentration of plant shoots decreased as a pasture by: A 3‐year grazed grass with clover (grass + clover) ley in a 5‐year rotation with arable crops increased percentage organic carbon (%OC) in the top 25 cm of the soil from to in World grain production increased by % between and comprising +% for yield and a much smaller increase (31%) in crop area, with more than half of the latter coming from increased intensity of cropping on existing arable a result per capita food availability has improved notably for a population that has risen %, and real food prices have fallen overall ().Cited by: The sequestration in soil of organic carbon (SOC) derived from atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO 2) by replacing arable crops with leys, has been measured over 70 years on a sandy loam experiment was designed initially to test the effect of leys on the yields of arable crops.
A 3‐year grazed grass with clover (grass + clover) ley in a 5‐year rotation with arable crops increased Cited by: 9. The rationale behind arable cropping is that more nutrients, in particularly soil P, are removed from the soil by the crop than are added as inputs (Marrs et al., ).
However, increased off-take of nutrients within the crop has not always been followed by significant reductions in soil concentrations (e.g., Marrs et al., ; McCrea et al Cited by: I tested whether the non-fertilizer N supply of grassland soils (NFNS; N uptake on unfertilized plots) affects the relationships between N uptake and dry matter production, N application and N uptake, N application and dry matter production, as well as the optimum fertilizer application rate.
At low N uptake rates the amount of dry matter production per kg of N uptake was negatively correlated Cited by: 8. Soil under Grass — Are these changes in near-surface soil organic C common. Data from Causarano et al.
() Soil Sci. Soc. Soil Organic Carbon (g. kg-1) 0 5 10 15 20 25 Soil Depth (cm) 0 Conventional Tillage Cropping Pasture (24 + 11 years) Survey of 29 farm locations in AL, GA, SC, NC, VA Sequestration of SOC.
Introduction. In arable cropping systems, grass crops may serve other purposes besides that of seed production. Undersown in main crops (e.g. cereals) grass may provide an effective nitrate catch crop during the autumn and winter period (e.g.
Thomsen and Christensen, ).Leys included in arable rotations are used for grazing, cutting and silage by: This paper reviews animal treading and the associated effects on soil physical properties and pasture productivity from treading-induced soil compaction and pugging.
Response curve relationships between soil physical properties (e.g. macroporosity, air-filled porosity, bulk density) and pasture and crop yield are reviewed.
Optimum soil macroporosity for maximum pasture and crop yield ranges Cited by: The grass-arable system is characterized by a build-up of soil-N during the grass-phase, especially under grazing, and a decrease of soil-N during the arable phase.
Table 4 Changes in soil physical properties (0 – 20 cm) due to fertilizer trees (FT) in improved fallow and the control (sole maize) and the % change (% D) at Msekera, Kagoro, and Kalunga sites. Open grazed land appeared during the dry season 16 years ago with no inclusion of any improved management practices, for example, soil and water conservation and enrichment of plant/grass species.
It overstocked in the dry months (November–June) but it is a swampy area for the rest of by: Poor Wheat Yield Response To Conservation Cropping – Causes And Consequences During 10 Years Of The Harden Tillage Trial 1 Agronomic Interactions Between Drought And Crop Sequence 1 Warm Season Cropping In The Southern Cropping Zone Of Australia 1.
From towe studied the N release from ploughed 3-year-old grazed grasslands in the subsequent three seasons of forage crops on a sandy loam soil. history, i.e. ungrazed during cropping, but grazed when fallow.
All remnants were moderately or lightly grazed as indicated by the prevalence of species sensitive to grazing and rarity of species favoured by grazing (Fensham ). Landholders were inter-viewed about the management of the cultivation and remnant by: Soil C accumulation to cm depth in the five-species mixture was vs.
Mg ha −1 yr −1 for the two-species mixture (P = ) with significant increases in the five-species mixture occurring at the 10 to 20 cm (P = ) and 20 to 30 cm (P = ) depths.
Increased productivity in the five-species mixture persisted throughout the Cited by: 9. Perennial ryegrass cultivars: herbage yield in multi-site plot trials (H.S.
Easton et al.) of PRG increased through the first half of the 20th century, as soil fertility improved. Active scientific improvement of PRG began in Canterbury 14 pure grass grazed, sheep Ruakura, Waikato* 16 with clover grazed. Book reviewed in this article: Diseases of Grasses and Forage Legumes in Ireland.
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At the southeastern Pennsylvania site, pastures were grazed three or four times per year during to Forage yield, crude protein (CP), neutral detergent fi ber (NDF), and neutral detergent fi ber digestibility (NDFD) were determined at each harvest.
Soil was analyzed for C and stable C isotopes before planting in and at the end of the. Online publicatioNs database Online access to 75 years of technical papers published by the Association.
Franzluebbers, A.J., Stuedemann, J.A. soil-profile organic carbon and total nitrogen during 12 years of pasture management in the Southern Piedmont USA.
Agriculture Ecosystems and the Environment. Soil changes covered by grass and grazed by cattle. During the growing season, a field study was conducted in Albany, IN to determine: 1) the impact of cover crops on soil moisture throughout the growing season and 2) cover crops’ influence on corn (Zea mays) yield.
Hakansson, I. Experiments with Soil Compaction at High Axle Load. Soil Investigation Years After the Experimental Compaction. Division of Soil Management Rept. 57, 15 pp. Uppsala: Swedish University of Agricultural Science. Paul, C. L., and J. De Vries. Effect of soil water status and strength on trafficability.
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Average monthly 10 cm soil temperature, number of frosts per month in the range to oC and > oC, lowest grass minimum temperature for each month.
Year Month 10 cm soil temperature. It is widely recognized that the application of organic materials is one of the most effective ways of increasing soil organic carbon (SOC) levels and improving soil quality, but do all forms of organic matter input have the same impact on soil properties A network of seven experimental sites investigated the effects on soil quality of annual applications over a minimum of 3 years of compost Cited by: 3.
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Yield responses of arable crops to liming - An evaluation of relationships between yields and soil pH from a long-term liming experiment. European Journal of Agronomy. (April), pp. Fluxes of N2O, CH4 and soil respiration as affected by water and nitrogen addition in a temperate desertCited by: The chemical composition of high-sugar and control ryegrasses in grazed pastures at different latitudes throughout New Zealand G.P.
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Dodd et al. () studied the decline in Olsen-P, WEP, and Ca-P following a halt to P fertiliser from three long-term fertiliser trials on grazed New Zealand pastures across different soil types and one trial where grass was regularly mown and the biomass removed.Comparison of soil erosion and total digestible nutrients produced on crop land with per cent slope at La Crosse, Wisconsin Cropping Arable 4-year rotation (maize, oats, hay, hay) Permanent bluegrass pasture Bluegrass pasture renovated with lucerne and Bromus inermix Annual soil losses tons per acre 80 01 Total digestible nutrients Ib.