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Vertical and seasonal distribution of pasture components


, : Vertical and seasonal distribution of pasture components. Ciencia y Tecnica en la Agricultura, Pastos y Forrajes 5(1): 45-52

In experiments with Panicum maximum and Cynodon dactylon Coast Cross 1 grown in soil given 360 kg N/ha annually and grazed rotationally with 2, 3 or 4 cattle/ha, the DW, nutrient content and percentages of stem and leaf material in different vertical strata were studied throught the year.

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