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High-yielding fodder crops and their mixtures

High-yielding fodder crops and their mixtures

Korma (2): 46-47

In trials in 1972-6 in Voronezh province, central chernozem zone of the USSR, (a) winter rye, (b) pea, (c) maize for green fodder, (d) maize for silage, and (e) winter wheat/winter vetch, (f) pea/sunflower and (g) spring vetch/oats mixtures were compared. Highest DM yields were obtained from (e) and (g), 5.35 and 5.12 t/ha, resp., followed by (b), (f) and (d), 3.85-3.89 t, whereas (a) and (c) gave the lowest yields, 3.14-3.18 t/ha.

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