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Introduction and evaluation of forages on Marajo Island, Para


, : Introduction and evaluation of forages on Marajo Island, Para. Boletim de Pesquisa Centro de Pesquisa Agropecuaria do Tropico Umido ( 122): 20 pp.

A total of 20 grasses and 15 legumes were evaluated in studies in 1976-79 to select suitable species for pastures on hilltops of Marajo Island, Para, Brazil. The soils are high-acidity low-fertility Plintosols. The climate is wet tropical, with 2500 mm average annual rainfall, 27 degrees C average temperature and 85% RH.

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