The share of roots, sward and stubble biomass in biological yield of selected grass species

Piotr Kacorzyk , Mirosław Kasperczyk , Joanna Szkutnik

Abstract

In this study assessed the share of harvested yield and share of root stem bases and stolon biomass in biological yield of 6 grass species grown in pure sowing. The biological yield included harvested yield from 3 regrowth and biomass of RSS (roots, sward and stubble), which was taken after 3th cut. The highest biological yield was observed in Festuca rubra, next in Arrhenatherum elatius and Poa pratensis, and the smallest in Holcus lanatus and Agropyron repens. In F. rubra harvested yield held 13.8% of biological yield, and RSS biomass held 86.2%. In contrast, in H. lanatus harvested yield was 44.7% and RSS biomass was 55.3% of biological yield.
Author Piotr Kacorzyk (FoAE / IoPP)
Piotr Kacorzyk,,
- Institute of Plant Production
, Mirosław Kasperczyk (FoAE / IoPP)
Mirosław Kasperczyk,,
- Institute of Plant Production
, Joanna Szkutnik
Joanna Szkutnik,,
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Journal seriesModern Phytomorphology, ISSN 2226-3063, [2227-9555], (0 pkt)
Issue year2013
No4
Pages79-82
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in EnglishAgropyron repens, Arrhenatherum elatius, Festuca rubra, Holcus lanatus, Poa pratensis, biological yield, harvested yield, root, sward and stubble biomass
URL http://phytomorphology.org/PDF/MP4/04079082.pdf
Internal identifierWRE/2013/217
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)5
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