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Systems of exploiting mulberry plantations for feeding silkworms in spring. 2. Feeding value of mulberry leaves at different times of pruning


Systems of exploiting mulberry plantations for feeding silkworms in spring. 2. Feeding value of mulberry leaves at different times of pruning



Zhivotnov"dni Nauki 15(5): 124-130



2. Nutritive value of mulberry leaves for silkworms was highest in early and in medium early spring, falling considerably in late spring, for mulberry plantations following complete low pruning of the branches.

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