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The effect of cutting height on oats, barley and wheat cut for forage, grain, or forage followed by grain



The effect of cutting height on oats, barley and wheat cut for forage, grain, or forage followed by grain



Publication, Joint Agricultural Research and Development Project, University College of North Wales, Bangor and Ministry of Agriculture and Water, Saudi Arabia (102): 9



At Hofuf, Saudi Arabia, (a) oats, (b) barley or (c) wheat were sown on 7 Jan. 1976 and a 1st cut taken on 28 Feb. for forage, at cutting ht. of 2.5 or 12.5 cm, followed by a 2nd cut either for forage at heading (cutting ht. 2.5 cm) or for grain. DM yields at the 1st cut were 1.52-1.79 and 1.08-1.67 t/ha for the 2.5- and 12.5-cm cutting ht., resp.

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