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Production and management of japanese millet echinochloa crus galli for summer forage 1. agronomic characteristics and yield performance of 3 japanese millet cultivars



Production and management of japanese millet echinochloa crus galli for summer forage 1. agronomic characteristics and yield performance of 3 japanese millet cultivars



Korean Journal of Animal Science 23(3): 264-269



The cultivars tested were native Korean millets Jeju and Jinju, and Chiwapa, introduced from USA. There were little differences in plant height among the cultivars. 'Jinju' millet had the widest leaf (2.5 cm) and produced soft fresh forage, followed by 'Jeju' (2.1 cm) and 'Chiwapa' (1.4 cm) which was coarse compared with native Korean millets. Dry matter yield of 'Jeju' (924 kg/10 ares) and 'Jinju' (913 kg/10 ares) was significantly higher than that of 'Chiwapa' which produced only 745 kg/10 ares (P < 0.05); there was no significant difference between 'Jeju' and 'Jinju'.

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