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Good grazing management can increase soil mineral nitrogen
“Most grassland pastures managed with traditional practices have mineral nitrogen available at 60 to 75 pounds per acre,” says Lee Manske, North Dakota State University (NDSU) Dickinson Research Extension Center range scientist. “Longterm use of a deferred grazing practice reduces mineral nitrogen to 31 pounds per acre.
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