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15]N mineralisation of root residue N also continued over this period with an additional 5% of clover and 2% of capeweed root [sup.
15]N mineralisation of root residues was estimated to be 10%, 7%, and 7%, respectively, for clover, capeweed and ryegrass (Table 5).
15]N for shoot residues were 93%, 92%, and 102%, respectively, for subterranean clover, capeweed, and annual ryegrass (Table 4).
15]N mineralisation occurred from both the capeweed and ryegrass shoots despite a large difference in the C to N ratio (Table 6).