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Synonyms for ensilage

fodder harvested while green and kept succulent by partial fermentation as in a silo


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At this time, the ensilage process stabilizes, and the pH and lactic acid levels in silage are maintained at a constant level, inhibiting the growth of spoilage microorganisms (KnickA1/2 and Martin, 2005).
But the point is: It was the first field ensilage harvester ever to see the light of day and successfully cut silage from a standing crop and deliver it ready for elevation to a silo in one operation.
Also, sorghum is mainly a silage plant as a result, the dry matter content of sorghum at harvest is one of important factors and its critical level is 247 g kg-1 for well ensilage conditions (Castle and Watson, 1973; Miron et al.
Influence of inoculating forage with lactic acid bacterial strains that produce ferulate esterase on ensilage and ruminal degradation of fiber.
In this experiment, which corresponds to the evaluation of the silages, all the material for each combination of the factors studied in the four blocks was cut for ensilage, and replicates were established by experimental silos.
The combination of homo and heterolactic bacterial strains aims to obtain a synergetic effect and avoid fermentative losses during the entire ensilage process.
In the USA, Canada, and northern and eastern Europe, red clover is an important temperate forage legume crop that is used for hay, ensilage, and pasture.
The high fiber content of sunflower silage decreases digestibility of nutrients and low dry matter content at maturity makes ensilage difficult (Demirel et al.
The 1920s dealership presented the history of the Farmall tractor and background on Adolph Ronning, inventor of the ensilage harvester.
Chemical changes and losses during the ensilage of wilted grass treated with formic acid.
One of the tropical grasses that stand out for its good characteristics for ensilage is elephant grass, which presents a high productive potential and elevated phytomass production (MACHADO et al.
However, when the material is ensilage there is a dramatic change in this structure with the rupture of the endosperm, ie, the matrix protein, releasing free starch granules and protein bodies (LOPES et al.