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Complex use of phosphorus and a new growth regulator Carolene ( beta -carotene) as part of combined fodder KR-2



Complex use of phosphorus and a new growth regulator Carolene ( beta -carotene) as part of combined fodder KR-2



Vestsi Natsyyanal' nai Akademii Navuk Belarusi Seryya Agrarnykh Navuk (3): 64-67



Investigations were conducted in Belarus in 2001 to study the effect of adding 1% beta -carotene and 1.8 or 3.6 g phosphorus to calf feeds. Data are tabulated on dynamics of change of carotene content in feeds over 50 days of storage.

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