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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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Anaerobic lactic acid degradation during ensilage of whole crop maize inoculated with Lactobacillus buchneri inhibits yeast growth and improves aerobic stability.
At the end of the vegetative cycle, 82 days after planting, agronomic characteristics and cutting were assessed for ensilage.
(84.) Richard, T.M., Proulx, S., Moore, K.J., and Shouse, S., Ensilage technology for biomass pretreatment and storage.
Implantation du ray-grass en culture intercalaire dans le mais grain et ensilage. Organisme de bassins versants de la zone du Chene.
Wet storage methods, such as ensilage, have been adapted for animal housing.
A variety of experimental retting techniques have also been attempted, such as retting in plastic bags (Li et al., 2009) and ensilage (Idler et al., 2011).
The objective of this study, therefore, was to investigate the optimum level of Saccharum officinarum as additive to Panicum maximum ensilage.
Green fresh fodder is from grass (leguminosae) kept fresh with the process of ensilage. The process of ensilage is to be prepared for shortage of feed in dry season.
from liquid and solid excreta prior to and following ensilage in ten swine farms located in central Mexico.
The pigs were routinely fed steamed potatoes, potato ensilage, fodder beets, feed grain, sugar beet pellets, and water.
facts high-moisture fodder is fermented, It is fermented and stored in a process called ensilage or silaging, and usually made from grass crops, including corn (maize) or sorghum or other cereals, using the entire green plant (not just the grain).
Beginning with the development of agricultural implements for small farms, a best seller was created in 1880 called the Hexelbank Ensilage Cutter, a predecessor to the modern forage harvester.
The construction of the specificity of Laguiole cheese will continue in the medium term with the expected banning of grass ensilage. The Laguiole knife is also an integral part of the basket but has certain weaknesses.
Working through literary and archeological evidence, he addresses the staples first, including cereals (parching, threshing, winnowing, ensilage, processing of porridge grains and bread grains and breadmaking), olives (processing, cleaning, storing, pulping, pressing and clarification of oils), wine (harvesting, treading, fermenting, clarification and aging) legumes, vegetables and fruits, animal products such as meat, fish and milk products, and the all-essential condiments such as salt, sugars, acids and spices that figured so prominently in food processing and preservation.