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guinea grass

see panicummaximum.
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Guinea grass was propagated vegetatively with each cutting measuring 12-15cm long with 3 tillers per stand.
Table 1 shows the proximate composition of the freshly harvested guinea grass.
2009), cattle were either fattened on pasture consisting of guinea grass only or on pasture consisting of guinea grass in combination with the forage legume Stylosanthes guianensis.
The intensive fattening of cattle mentioned in the studies above is based on the concentrate supplementation of diets that have a much higher nutrient content than the diets relying only on guinea grass studied here.
A strain of guinea grass mosaic virus from pearl millet in the Ivory Coast.
Hybridization in guinea grass is possible due to the occurrence of sexual and apomictic plants.
Guinea grass (Panicum maximum) was harvested at 6 weeks regrowth from the Teaching and Research Farm of the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
Major grasses include guinea grass (Panicum maximum), Bermuda grass (Cynodon dactylon) and giant reed (Arundo donax).
The objectives of this study were to identify the bacteria associated with anaerobic storage and aerobic spoilage of Italian ryegrass (IR), guinea grass (GG), and whole-crop maize (WM) silages.
Croix it is not unusual for this breed to go several days without water, living off sparse guinea grass.
In the present study, to understand how the amount and type of nitrogen fertilizer affect the chemical composition of tropical grass and the quality of silage, we ensiled guinea grass cultivated under different conditions of nitrogen fertilization, and examined the chemical composition of the sward and silage.
The DM intake of rabbits increased significantly when water spinach or sweet potato wines was offered together with Guinea grass (Gang et al.