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Comparison of the continuous and rotational grazing systems in Guinea grass (Panicum maximum Jacq) under natural conditions in the township of Aldama, Tamps



Comparison of the continuous and rotational grazing systems in Guinea grass (Panicum maximum Jacq) under natural conditions in the township of Aldama, Tamps



XVIIth Annual report 1979-1980 Division of Agricultural and Marine Sciences, Technological Institute of Monterrey: 185



Santa Gertrudis beef cattle grazed Guinea grass pastures (a) continuously at 2 head/ha or rotationally at (b) 2 or (c) 4 head/ha.

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