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Comparative study of ten forage grasses, including six brome grass varieties in Finistere. Production, nutritive value, chemical composition



Comparative study of ten forage grasses, including six brome grass varieties in Finistere. Production, nutritive value, chemical composition



Fourrages (93): 85-108, 124



In trials near Quimper in 1979-82, Italian ryegrass, perennial ryegrass, cocksfoot, tall fescue, Bromus catharticus, B. sitchensis and B. carinatus were compared. DM production, nutritive value and reproductive physiology varied significantly between spp. Energy content was lower and CP content higher in Bromus spp. than in Lolium spp.

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