Rhodes grass


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Rhodes grass

chlorisgayana.
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In present study the fuel consumption of different forage implements during harvesting of Rhodes grass at 50% flowering were determined at different engine speed of (1/3rd, 2/3rd, and full) to recommend proper method for use of tractor-implement system for better performance and fuel consumption.
Salt secretion in Rhodes Grass (Choris gayana Kunth) under conditions of excess magnesium.
It is surprising that no changes in total organic carbon were detected among the treatments, despite the large differences in total aboveground biomass production over the 6-year trial period (Katambora Rhodes grass 50.
Cameron, [3], Bogdan, [1] and Loch [5] reported that Rhodes grass is adapted to a wide range of soil types and conditions.
Dry matter yield was also highest for Rhodes grass, 3.
The move is part of the authority's efforts to support food security policies in the emirate and aims at assessing the production and nutritional value of a number of feed crops that could substitute the recently banned Rhodes grass, which is a highly water-intensive crop.
It was found that the performance of these animals was not affected by replacing Rhodes grass hay with Sporobolus grass hay either partially or completely.
These cover levels were higher than intended, with the increased cover being due to growth of grass seedlings on the bared areas on all plots, with Rhodes grass stolons being particularly noticeable.
In the warmer Northern Region, a 13-year-old Rhodes grass site was chosen near Badgingarra.
Data from the report showed Abu Dhabi's attempts to phase out Rhodes grass, a water intensive grass used as an animal feed, have not fully succeeded.
Rhodes grass (chloris gayana Kunth) is a perennial forage grass belongs to the family Poaceae (Gramineae).
Buffel grass (Cenchrus ciliaris) colonised soil plots, whereas the more salt-tolerant Rhodes grass (Chloris gayana) only sparsely established on spoil material at the 3 sites.