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Investigations into the chemical composition and nutritive value of certain forage plants at medium altitudes in the tropics II. The digestibility and nutritive value of three grasses at different stages of growth



Investigations into the chemical composition and nutritive value of certain forage plants at medium altitudes in the tropics II. The digestibility and nutritive value of three grasses at different stages of growth



Journal of Agricultural Science 47(1): 35-0




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