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Nutritive value of forage species of Tunisia. 3. Chemical composition and digestibility of Napier grass. 4. Chemical composition and digestibility of lucerne



Nutritive value of forage species of Tunisia. 3. Chemical composition and digestibility of Napier grass. 4. Chemical composition and digestibility of lucerne



Bull. Ecole Sup. Agric. Tunis, 10-11, 177-85. Bibl. 8



Samples of 4 varieties of Napier grass were taken at the shooting stage, when plant height was about 1-1.2 m. The digestibility of OM was 57.5-71.4%, the energy value about 0.09 F.U./kg green material, and the content of digestible nitrogenous substances 0.5-1% of the green material. Samples of the lucerne variety Provence were analysed during 2 successive years.

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