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Extension forage testing program utilizing near infrared reflectance spectroscopy



Extension forage testing program utilizing near infrared reflectance spectroscopy



Forage systems leading US agriculture into the future: 41-52



A pilot forage testing programme based on near infrared reflectance spectroscopy initiated in south central Florida in 1982 to estimate CP, TDN and an index of quality of tropical perennial grass hays is described. Analysis of 140 hays in 1983 showed that most hays had low quality and required supplementation.

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