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Deterioration in the chemical composition and nutritive value of forage crops caused by foliar diseases. VIII. Chemical composition and nutritive value of grass and legume leaves artificially killed by physical or chemical treatments



Deterioration in the chemical composition and nutritive value of forage crops caused by foliar diseases. VIII. Chemical composition and nutritive value of grass and legume leaves artificially killed by physical or chemical treatments



Bulletin of the National Grassland Research Institute, Japan (31): 73-80



The nutritive value and chemical composition of leaves of Dactylis glomerata and Trifolium repens killed by boiling water, heating (65 degrees C for 24 h), freezing (-10 degrees for 24 h) or application of sodium chlorate were investigated and compared with diseased leaves of the 2 spp. infected by Rhynchosporium orthosporum and Curvularia trifolii, resp. All treatments reduced DM digestibility and TDN and increased NDF, ADF and hemicellulose contents.

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