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herbage

standing growing nonwoody plants, mostly annuals and especially grasses.

herbage larval counts
harvesting of a representative sample of herbage, washing it and sieving off larvae for the purpose of assessing levels of contamination of pasture with infective larvae of strongylid nematodes.
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Literature also emphasized that the nutritive values of herbage used for feeding livestock in different geo-ecological zones is not uniform and each region should generate its own inventory of feed resources.
05) for herbage disappearance rate of forage (Table 2) were registered in four grazing cycles, with high mixture rates.
2009) because of being alkaline, teosinte fodder raised on them may suffer short supply of this nutrient causing poor yield and quality of herbage for livestock.
On these pages, Herbage uses silver foliage to reimagine traditional holiday decorations, creating dusty miller place settings, juniper gift toppers, and a wreath of silver dollar eucalyptus and tillandsia "snowflakes.
The aim of this work was to detect the concentrations of Pb and Cd metals in herbage in pasture and milk samples collected from ewes at a livestock farm at different intervals and to evaluate and anticipate any lethal effects on both public and animals health in this specific region.
The percentage of N in the herbage was higher in high-N mesocosms 23 and 44 days after the addition of [sup.
Herbage yield (fresh biomass yield, dry matter yield and organic matter yield) significantly differed (Pless than0.
EVERY cloud has a silver lining, but for Jim and Mary McDonald of Herbage Stud, there must have been plenty of moments during the early life of their homebred Ezilla when that looked unlikely, writes Nancy Sexton.
Three major plant functional types of response in relation to the level of herbage use (cutting and grazing) characterized the differences when the treatments were described by traits aggregated at the community scale.