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Forage and Pasture Fertility

Forage and Pasture Fertility

Oklahoma Forage and Pasture Fertility Guide, E-1021, Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Oklahoma State University

 

For your convenience listed below is the table of contents for the Oklahoma Forage and Pasture Fertility Guide. Links to each chapter, which are small files, are listed below for your use or you may view the guide as a single file at the link above.

 

Foreword ii
Chapter 1: Nitrogen chemical and physical reactions in pasture soils. 1
Chapter 2: Phosphorus reactions in pasture soils. 3
Chapter 3: Potassium chemical and physical reactions in pasture soils. 4
Chapter 4: How to take a soil sample and interpret result. 5
Chapter 5: Common pasture fertilizers and how they react in pastures. 7
Chapter 6: How pH affects pasture soil fertility and forage 9
Chapter 7: Poultry litter use and management in pastures. 11
Chapter 8: How soil type, depth and structure affect pasture fertility 13
Chapter 9: Stocking rate and fertility relationships 16
Chapter 10: Hay production and grazing 18
Chapter 11: The effects of environment on pasture soil fertility 19
Chapter 12: Economics of pasture fertility 20
Chapter 13: Fertilizing cool-season forages 2
Annual bromegrass 24
Annual ryegrass 25
Wheat pasture 26
Cereal rye, Oat and Barley 27
Orchardgrass 28
Smooth bromegrass 29
Tall fescue 30
Tall and Intermediate wheatgrass 31
Chapter 14: Fertilizing warm-season forages 32
Crabgrass and foxtail millet
33
Forage sorghum
34
Sudangrass adn Pearl millet
35
Summer annual forages
36
Bahiagrass
37
Bermudagrass
38
Dallisgrass
39
Eastern gamagrass
40
Native grasslands
40
Old World bluestems
41
Switchgrass
42
Weeping Lovegrass
43
Chapter 15: Fertilizing legumes
44
Alfalfa
45
Austrian winterpea
46
Cowpea and Mungbean
47
Soybean forage
48
Pasture legumes
49
Related Documents and Web Sites
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