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Effects of climatic zone, topography, land utilization and soil condition on the mineral content of natural grasses in Bali



Effects of climatic zone, topography, land utilization and soil condition on the mineral content of natural grasses in Bali



Proceedings of the XV International Grassland Congress, August 24-31, 1985, Kyoto, Japan: 1253



To evaluate nutritional quality of the natural grasses fed to livestock, grasses grown in different climatic zones (zones B, C, D, E and F), different topographies (coast, hills and higher altitude), various forms of land utilization (rice field, dryland and plantation) and different soil conditions in Bali, Indonesia, were analysed for their chemical composition.

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