fodder crop


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fodder crop

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As the fodder crop has been destroyed, nothing is available for the animals, said Muhammad Bakhsh,' a farmer of Thathian village who if finding it hard to feed his animals.
THE ProCam group, which includes County Crops, has acquired Field Options, a specialist provider of fodder crop seeds based in Presteigne.
Very limited work has been carried out on micro nutrient Fe nutrition of teosinte, which key fodder crop grown as is feed for livestock.
Mean concentration of Selenium of fodder crop grown in nonseleniferous and seleniferous areas were 0.
3 Alfalfa (fodder) yieldAlfalfa fodder crop gave the four cutting during the one season.
All six teams are competing to produce the most profitable pen of lambs grazed on a fodder crop.
93 tonnes/ha, considering the minimum yield of each fodder crop (Hand book of Agriculture, 2005).
Rhodes grass has traditionally been the Abu Dhabi farmers' fodder crop of choice and although further studies may reveal an even better alternative, buffel grass has so far proven to be the most productive, water-efficient and cost effective.
Vulgaris), a member of the Chenopodiaceae, is popular in many countries such as USA, Denamark, Syria and Egypt; it offers a higher yield potential than any other arable fodder crop [2] and it is tolerant to salinity [18].
Fodder crop requires negligible inputs and thus it appears to be more profitable compared to all other crops.