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guinea grass

see panicummaximum.
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2005) which showed that glucose additives increased the lactic acid amount as compared to the control in the Guinea grass silage, but the difference was significant.
For the partial correlation coefficients, the association between HA and SER had a negative value statistically equal to zero (Table 1), indicating no relationship between these variables in Guinea grass cv.
Sward structure and nutritive value of Tanzania Guinea grass subjected to rotational stocking managements.
Guinea grass was propagated vegetatively with each cutting measuring 12-15cm long with 3 tillers per stand.
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.
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.
Sheep were allowed ad libitum access to Guinea grass (Panicum maximum) hay and 300g/ day of a commercial concentrate with 16% of crude protein (CP).
Just after Village Council elections in Guinea Grass, three newly elected leaders stepped into our discussion, explaining that they were there only in an "official capacity since this is a woman's meeting.
2]) and because they were covered by lodging guinea grass (Panicum maximum) or giant reed (Arundo donax).
Annual water use by the guinea grass and para grass was 1,494 mm (58.