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Annual legumes as green fodder crops

Annual legumes as green fodder crops

Land use systems in grassland dominated regions Proceedings of the 20th General Meeting of the European Grassland Federation, Luzern, Switzerland, 21-24 June 2004: 942-944

Cultivars of blue, white and yellow lupins, peas, broad beans and vetch were tested for production and feed quality in field trials in Eastern and Central Norway. The lupins all produced less DM and protein than pure stands of peas, vetch and broad beans and their herbage quality was not higher. For example, the concentration of crude protein at fourteen weeks after sowing was below 16.5% in lupins and about 19% in peas.

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