COMPARATIVE STADY OF PASTORAL VALUE OF SOME ALOPECURUS PRATENSIS L. POPULATIONS COLLECTED FROM WESTERN ROMANIA PUBLISHED

N. M. HORABLAGA, Adina HORABLAGA, F. FAUR
Alopecurus pratensis L. is one the most valuable fodder plants , with a high adaptability , high digestibility expendability and also called for a proper green mass production . In caeasta work were analyzed populations from different geomorphological areas of Banat. Input characters were taken into account : production capacity , plant height , dry matter content and the crude protein . Average production Alopecurus pratensis L populations Varied between 21t and 24 t of biomass. Plant height is Another decisive in terms of the amount of biomass Produced. It ranges in height from 67 cm to populations Torontalului Plain up to the height of 105 cm common in populations Caransebesului Depression . The dry matter content is Another character Taken into Account When discussing about the value of forage plants . It has the Largest value in populations Originating from Torontalului Plain . Crude protein content is Directly proportional to the solids being the Maare Torontalului Plain populations of the Smallest populations and the content of the hill.
Alopecurus pratensis, pastoral value, chemical composition, biomass, crude protein content
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