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7472. Wells, G.J.. 1971. Skeleton weed in the Victoria Mallee: 3. The effects of applied phosphorus and nitrogen on wheat on infested land.. Australian J. of Exp. Agric. Anim. Husb., 11:229-35.
The lucerne stands selected in the first three years were overgrazed and not very dense. Under these conditions, lucerne offers little competition to skeletonweed. The effect of phosphorus in reducing grain protein content is probably the result of higher grain yields with the associated dilution of protein in the grain.