Sudan grass


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Sudan′ grass`


n.
a sorghum, Sorghum sudanense, introduced into the U.S. from Africa: grown for hay and pasture.
[1910–15]
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The nutritional value of hybrids between sorghum and Sudan grass for cutting and grazing has little variation among the materials available in the market, however the productivity depends on suitable climatic conditions and soil fertility, and an increased productivity is found in cuts at more advanced stages.
Cold weather is not conducive to the growth of the important forage crops, such as Sudan grass and corn, but as soon as it is warm enough, they immediately go to growth.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of previously selected rhizobia on the yield of sudan grass, millet, aries grass and sorghum forage.
1987) who reported higher extent of degradation for brown midrib mutants than normal genotypes of sorghum and Sudan grass hybrids.
Agriculture spokesman said that 'Kallar' grass, Mat Grass and Sudan Grass were the best fodder varieties which were easily digestible and give higher yield through many harvests.
Total 18 proposals including 14 hybrids, one OP maize variety and three Sorghum Sudan Grass (SS) Hybrids were presented by the respected Multinational and National Seed Companies and public research institute in the meeting.
Many types of crops are being used for biogas production including maize sorghum sunflower sudan grass fodder beet poor oat grass meadows small-sedge poor-fen meadow and montane hay meadow.
In one study, she placed nectar-producing buckwheat plants, sorghum Sudan grass (an annual grass that grows to about 8 feet), and plastic sheets of two different heights (about 6 feet high and about 2 feet high) between peanut and cotton fields to assess their effectiveness as barriers.
In some areas, a cover crop such as Sudan grass can be rotated in to reduce nematode load and the sudan grass can then be plowed under to help improve the soil quality.
Poaceae: Sudan grass (Sorghum sudanense) used as a green manure that release nematicidal compounds.
Jenn Investments, one of the UAE's largest agriculture and livestock investment companies, currently has three individual projects in Sudan covering a total area of 55,000 acres, producing alfalfa hay, Sudan Grass, and Millet.
Barley (Hordeum vulgare), ryegrass (Lolium perenne), Sudan grass (Sorghum bicolor), canola (Brassica campestris), rapeseed (Brassica napus), and alfalfa (Medicago sativa) were grown in Petri dishes for 14-21 days in listed above growth media.
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