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A comparative outline on the agronomic characters, chemical composition and nutritive value of some common fodder crops



A comparative outline on the agronomic characters, chemical composition and nutritive value of some common fodder crops



USA Technical Series (6): 19



Information is tabulated on yield palatability and percentage fibre, protein, starch and total digestible nutrients in two hybrids between Pennisetum purpureum and P. typhoides.

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