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Erratum to: Perennial forages influence mineral and protein concentrations in annual wheat cropping systems
Crop Science  (IF2.319),  Pub Date : 2022-01-18, DOI: 10.1002/csc2.20698
Andrea K. Clemensen, Michael A. Grusak, Sara E. Duke, John R. Hendrickson, José G. Franco, David W. Archer, James N. Roemmich, Mark A. Liebig

The study integrated perennial forage phases (1−5 years) into annual wheat systems. In the publication it indicates that once a treatment was converted from a perennial to spring wheat it was no longer fertilized. However, we have discovered that each time wheat was planted a starter fertilizer of 11−52−0 (NH4; P2O5) was applied at 56 kg ha–1 equating to 6.2 kg N ha–1 and 29 kg P ha–1. In addition, during seeding of legume and legume/grass mixture treatments, 11 kg P ha–1 [monocalcium phosphate, Ca(H2PO4)2] was applied.