Studies on the pearl-millet of forage plant. I. Growth and yield of soiling

Kozaki, M.

Proceedings Crop Science Society Japan 21(1/2): 56-58

1952


Accession: 025587414

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Abstract
Pearl-millet is an advantageous forage plant for green feeding as needed since its growth and regrowth are vigorous, namely, the leaf length reaches lm. in a month. Pearl-millet may be planted 30 cm. apart in 40 cm. rows and 3 plants for one stock. The method of cutting 2 cm. above the ground is better than that of 4 cm. Avg. yield is about 70-100 kg. per 1/100 tan. The yield from old seedling plots is greater than that from younger ones.