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Relationships among methods of evaluating pasture productivity of three warm season grasses



Relationships among methods of evaluating pasture productivity of three warm season grasses



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 32(2): 666-667



The relationships among DM yield, consumption, chemical composition, digestibility in vivo and in vitro and animal performance were investigated in swards of (a) Dallis grass, (b) Bahia grass and (c) Bermuda grass Coastal in S.W. Louisiana, rotationally grazed by steers in 1968-9. DM yields in 1968 and '69, respectively, were: (c) 8.7 and 9.2 t, (b) 9.4 and 8.1 t and (a) 6.6 and 5.9 t/ha. Yields of (a) were higher in early summer, whereas (b) and (c) yielded more later in the growing season.

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