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Related to elephant grass: Pennisetum purpureum

elephant grass

see pennisetumpurpureum.
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Two of three heifers died about one week after the abrupt diet exchange of maize silage (Zea mays) for elephant grass (Pennisetum purpureum), and the other one died about 20 days after the diet change.
2014) reported that DM and CP contents were higher in elephant grass silage ensiled in trench silos compared to concrete bunker silos.
It is likely to notice the possibility of using dehydrated banana peel as an additive to elephant grass silage helps to consolidate the concept of sustainability into the production chain of ruminants of livestock interest.
Based on these three composts, however, the chicken manure compost contains higher level of fulvic and humic compounds in comparison with composts derived from Centosema pubercens and the elephant grass.
Singla said some decisions were taken,including ensuring the safety of farmers living along the border, and the cutting of elephant grass along the International Border.
Intense research and years of market experience have brought Elephant Grass into a high degree of efficacy in achieving high yield biomass production.
Tanzania (Panicum maximum), Elephant grass (Pennisetum purpureum), Pangola grass (Digitaria decumbent)s, Finger grass (Digitaria swazilandensis), Rhodes grass (Chloris gayana) and Vetiver grass (Vetiveria zizanioides) and were tested by applying randomized complete block design (RCBD).
The BEACON initiative will help Welsh businesses develop ways of converting crops such as rye grass, oats and elephant grass into pharmaceuticals, chemicals, fuels and cosmetics.
Abstract: Injuries caused by Collaria oleosa have often been observed in signal grass and elephant grass pastures.