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Herbage productivity, chemical composition and persistence of introduced grass cultivars in mountain area



Herbage productivity, chemical composition and persistence of introduced grass cultivars in mountain area



Mljekarstvo 56(2): 139-156



The seeds for grassland establishment and renovation have been mostly imported into the Republic of Croatia. The aim of the present research was to determine the yield, chemical composition and persistence of 13 introduced grass cultivars in the hilly mountain area of Croatia. The Lolium perenne cultivars Pimpernel and Calibra, and Phleum pratense Richmond had the highest dry matter (DM) yield in the year 2000 (10.5 t/ha in average).

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