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A study of the digestibility of forage plants in Venezuela. 3. Nutritive value of elephant grass, Guinea grass and Para grass in the dry season



A study of the digestibility of forage plants in Venezuela. 3. Nutritive value of elephant grass, Guinea grass and Para grass in the dry season



Agron. trop., Maracay 10(2): 35-55. bibl. 48



In a trial using sheep, determinations were made of the chemical composition, digestibility and nutritive value of Pangola grass (Digitaria decumbens) in the mature state (60 cm high).

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