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Effects of formic acid on the quality of rye silages differing in dry matter levels



Effects of formic acid on the quality of rye silages differing in dry matter levels



Journal of the Korean Society of Grassland Science 6(1): 6-13



In laboratory experiments, rye cut at the vegetative stage was ensiled fresh or wilted with resulting DM contents of 19.2, 28.6 or 32.2% and with 0, 0.24, 0.48 or 0.71% formic acid.

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