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Potential of winter cereals and legumes as fodder crops in the uplands of Balochistan


, : Potential of winter cereals and legumes as fodder crops in the uplands of Balochistan. Cahiers Options Mediterraneennes 39: 223-227

A number of high-yielding cereal and legume fodder crops were tested for the last five years to replace low-yielding local cultivars of these crops in the semi-arid continental Mediterranean climate of Baluchistan, Pakistan. Oats produced 38% and 44% more dry matter yield than barley and wheat respectively. Among 8 cultivars of oats, Scott and PD2-LV65 produced highest dry matter yield.


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