SORGHUM is grown under the differing soil and climatic conditions of the Gyor and Vas counties of Hungary, where it fits into fodder programmes more easily than maize, owing to its more reliable yield and composition

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Bull. Dep. Chem. Soil Sci., Mosonmagyarovar Coll. Agric. Sci, 1-2, 9 p

1965


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Abstract
SORGHUM is grown under the differing soil and climatic conditions of the Gyor and Vas counties of Hungary, where it fits into fodder programmes more easily than maize, owing to its more reliable yield and composition. Analysis has shown that sorghum may be substituted for maize as green fodder, silage, or grain. From Bull. Dep. Chem. Soil Sci., Mosonmagyarover Coll. Agric.