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Researches about the influence of some fertilising system on some fodder plants cultivated on reddish-brown soil from Moara Domneasca



Researches about the influence of some fertilising system on some fodder plants cultivated on reddish-brown soil from Moara Domneasca



Lucrari Stiintifice Universitatea de Stiinte Agronomice Bucuresti Seria A, Agronomie 40: 81-90



As fodder plants are used in animal feeding, they represent an important factor for the progress of the Animal Husbandry. This research studied the quality of the fodder plants yield for the fodder plants cultivated on reddish-brown soil at Moara Domneasca, Romania. The mixtures of fodder plants consisted of perennial grains and vegetables, which were fertilized with increasing doses of nitrogen at constant level of potassium.

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