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Nutrient content and yield of burned or mowed Japanese honeysuckleAuthor(s): John J. Stransky; James N. Hale; Lowell K. Halls
Source: In: Proceedings of the Twinty-Ninth Annual Conference, Southeastern Association of Game and Fish Commissioners, p. 403-406
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionBurning reduced the dense growth between 3-year-old Japanese honeysuckle plants and prevented the resprouting of runners. Mowing removed the dense accumulation of vines, but the severed runners resprouted to create a uniformly dense carpet. Crude protein of foliage was highest on the burned plots, but neither calcium nor phosphorus were significantly affected by treatments.
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CitationStransky, John J.; Hale, James N.; Halls, Lowell K. 1976. Nutrient content and yield of burned or mowed Japanese honeysuckle. In: Proceedings of the Twinty-Ninth Annual Conference, Southeastern Association of Game and Fish Commissioners, p. 403-406
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