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Effect of incubation periods with white-rot fungi on the nutritive value of corn stalks


Effect of incubation periods with white-rot fungi on the nutritive value of corn stalks



Acta Horticulturae 608: 177-184



ISSN/ISBN: 0567-7572

A study was conducted between April and November 2000, using Pleurotus sp. 112 and P. columbinus, to investigate the effect of different incubation periods using different species of white rot fungi on the chemical composition and nutritive value of maize stalks as animal feed for small ruminants. Samples were taken weekly to determine the chemical changes in the components of maize stalks, including, crude protein, ash content, lignin, cellulose and hemicellulose.

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