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The heifers were in a degraded pasture of Tifton 85 (Cynodon dactylon) and received forage supplementation consisting of elephant grass (whole plant) since about one week before the two first deaths.
2014) who reported that elephant grass silage from trench silos had significantly higher IVDM digestibility compared to concert silo silage.
In this regard, the objective of the study was to evaluate the fermentative losses and the nutritional value of elephant grass silage added with dehydrated banana peel.
Materials of the research included Ultisol soil in South Sulawesi, Centrosema pubescens compost, elephant grass compost, chicken manure compost, humic compounds of the Centrosome pubescens compost, humic compounds of the elephant grass compost, and humic compounds of the chicken manure compost.
Elephant grass is produced to feed cows for milk production and oxen used in agricultural activities.
Embrapa (the Brazilian Agriculture and Livestock Research Company) and Matsuda (a company with considerable expertise in seeds and plant genetics) have developed Elephant Grass to a point where it is possible to achieve from 40 to 80 tonnes of dry mass per hectare, per year.
2010c) obtained removal efficiencies ranging from 51 to 70% and 14 to 50% in CWS planted with Tifton-85 grass and elephant grass, respectively, for the treatment of dairy wastewater, applying an OLR of 130 kg [ha.
Elephant grass (Pennisetum purpureum) had higher (78%) moisture contents than any other grass of this study.
Analyzed composition of mulberry leaves and three grasses from the in vivo digestibility trial Component Bermuda grass Elephant grass (C.
The typical damage caused by this species has often been observed in signal grass and elephant grass pastures, but farmers and agronomists still often do not associate this damage with the causative agent, leading to the use of incorrect tactics to combat the problem.
They clipped elephant grass at different stages and reported that average plant height increased from 1.
In recent years, operating as the Wales Biomass Centre, Llysdinam became the leader in the introduction of energy crops to the Welsh environment such as elephant grass, reed canary grass and giant reed.