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Effect of harvesting time and additives on the nutritive values of peanut silage


Effect of harvesting time and additives on the nutritive values of peanut silage



Korean Journal of Crop Science 47(3): 147-150



To investigate the effects of harvesting time and additives on the quality of groundnut silage, the silage was mixed with groundnut leaf and stem, rice and barley straw and inoculant. Harvesting time at groundnut growth stage was best at 90 days after flowering with 30 branches, 81 g of 100-seed weight and 77% of shelling rate with low diseases in leaf and stem. When harvest was delayed, diseases and lodging increased. Yield of forage was highest at 90 days after flowering (52 t/ha).

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