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Effect of Italian Ryegrass Mixtures on Forage Production and Soil Characteristics in Dry Riverbed of Ansancheon
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Effect of Italian Ryegrass Mixtures on Forage Production and Soil Characteristics in Dry Riverbed of Ansancheon
Kim, Jong Duk; Ko, Ki Hwan; Kwon, Chan Ho;
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 Abstract
This experiment was carried out to order to determine the forage production and soil characteristics in mixtures of Italian ryegrass (IRG) and annual legumes at the riverbed. The IRG and hairy vetch mixture had the highest in fresh, dry matter (DM) as well as total digestible nutrients (TDN) yields among the forage mixtures. Further IRG and hairy vetch mixture had the highest in DM content. The crude protein (CP) content of IRG and hairy vetch mixture was the highest, Whereas non-fiber carbohydrate (NFC) and TDN contents were lower compared to other mixtures. The total nitrogen (TN) of IRG and hairy vetch mixture was the highest due to high nitrogen fixation in the riverbed soil. The IRG and rape mixture was the highest in organic matter (OM) of soil. Moreover, the available of soil in IRG and crimson clover mixtures was higher compared to other mixtures. Further, the IRG and hairy vetch mixture was the highest in cation exchange capacity (CEC) content. Therefore IRG and hairy vetch mixture is more suitable in forage mixtures due to high forage production and protein as well as high soil CEC content at the riverbed.
 Keywords
Italian ryegrass;Mixtures;Forage production;Soil characteristics;Riverbed;
 Language
Korean
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