2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352010000400020
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Avaliação das silagens do sorgo BRS-610 em sete estádios de maturação pela técnica in vitro semiautomática de produção de gases

Abstract: RESUMOAvaliou-se a qualidade da silagem do sorgo BRS-610 produzida em sete estádios de maturação dos grãos, pela técnica in vitro semiautomática de produção de gases. O delineamento foi inteiramente ao acaso, com quatro repetições por tratamento, e as médias foram comparadas pelo teste Scott-knott. Os parâmetros potencial máximo de produção de gases, tempo de colonização, taxa de produção de gases e degradabilidade efetiva da matéria seca para as taxas de passagem de 2, 5 e 8%/h foram obtidos pelo modelo de Fr… Show more

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“…Some authors have not reported in their studies significant differences in fermentation characteristics among the maturation stages (Molina et al, 2002, Araújo et al, 2007. Faria Júnior et al (2010), however, evaluated hybrid BRS610 in seven different maturity stages using the gas production technique, and concluded that the quality of silage was satisfactory, especially for the grains at mealy stage. Thus, it is sought to achieve maximum DM production that does not endanger fermentation and nutritive value of silages.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Some authors have not reported in their studies significant differences in fermentation characteristics among the maturation stages (Molina et al, 2002, Araújo et al, 2007. Faria Júnior et al (2010), however, evaluated hybrid BRS610 in seven different maturity stages using the gas production technique, and concluded that the quality of silage was satisfactory, especially for the grains at mealy stage. Thus, it is sought to achieve maximum DM production that does not endanger fermentation and nutritive value of silages.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%