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Digestibility of domestic feedstuffs determined in vitro

, : Digestibility of domestic feedstuffs determined in vitro. Res. Rep. Office Rural Development, Suwon. 12: 4, 37-41

Digestibility of native grasses in Korea was estimated in vitro. Digestibility of dry matter (DM) of Russian comfrey was significantly affected by length of interval between harvests; 25 days was best. Digestibility of Calamagrostis arundinacea was less in early May and somewhat higher 3 weeks later than that of cocksfoot.


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