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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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Crude nutrient and cell wall contents of fresh vegetable wastes in dry matter (DM) basis collected from street markets and prepared ensilages mixed with straw, bran and salt are given in Table 1 and 2.
Ensilage is an effective and convenient way to conserve such plant wastes for long periods (Kilic 1986; Kinh et al.
Different amounts of wheat straw (WS), wheat bran (WB) and salt (S) with regard to fresh weights were added to the mixture in ensilage due to high water content and low feeding value of individual VW in the mixture.
So far, there have been different ensilage studies on feeding values of each vegetable and fruit (Khorshed et al.
This change was related to easily soluble carbohydrates in the initial phase of ensilage (Asbell and Donahaye, 1984).