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The nutritive value of the indigenous grasses of Assam. The aquatic grasses, their chemical composition and nutritive value



The nutritive value of the indigenous grasses of Assam. The aquatic grasses, their chemical composition and nutritive value



Indian J. Vet. Sci 19: 19-36



Two species of aquatic grasses, dal (Hymenachne amplexicaulis, Nees) and uridal (Oryza saliva, var. Fatua) can be collected in large quantities in Assam. The dal contains a spongy pith, the uridal does not. They are both leafy, soft and succulent even when fully mature. When given green they are not much relished by cattle and are likely to lead to helminth infestation.

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