Different fertilizing regimes for peat/oat whole crop forage

Last changed: 11 November 2020
A bare field with two big peices of cloth covering part of the ground. Photo.

The aim of the project is to find an optimal level of nitrogen fertilisation for whole crop harvests of pea/oat mixtures.

An optimal level means a good yield with high crude protein content in combaination with low nitrogen leakage. The experiment has 7 different treatments, 3 with cattle manure and 3 with mineral fertiliser, with corresponding nitrogen levels, and 1 control with no added nitrogen. 

A. Control 20 kg P, 50 kg K

B. 13 ton cattle slurry

C. 23 ton cattle slurry

D. 33 ton cattle slurry

E. 25 kg N, 20 kg P, 50 kg K

F. 45 kg N, 20 kg P, 50 kg K

G. 65 kg N, 20 kg P, 50 kg K


Contact

Cecilia Palmborg, Researcher
Department of Agriculture Reasearch for Northern Sweden , SLU
cecilia.palmborg@slu.se, +46(0)90-786 8713

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