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Forage production estimate of incienso (Flourensia thurifera (Mol.) DC.) according to shrub size and annual rainfall

Forage production estimate of incienso (Flourensia thurifera (Mol.) DC.) according to shrub size and annual rainfall

Avances en Produccion Animal 32(1/2): 29-37

The study was planned to determine the most reliable model estimating the amount of edible dry matter of the "incienso" (Flourensia thurifera) and to provide information about the fluctuations of its forage production expressed as dry matter (g/shrub), according to the size of shrub and rainfall data of present and previous years.

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