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Variations in nutritional value of Italian ryegrass during the growth cycle with special attention to protein and lipid components



Variations in nutritional value of Italian ryegrass during the growth cycle with special attention to protein and lipid components



Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale Agronomico 9: 113-131



Samples of leaves of Italian ryegrass Loglisa were taken at the 6th leaf stage (Oct.), 12th leaf stage (Jan.), 14th leaf stage (Feb.), 15th leaf stage (March), 17th leaf stage (April), boot and flower stage (May) and analysed for DM, total N, CP, amino acids, lipids, ash and CF.

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