2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-35982012000400002
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Abstract: -The objective of this research was to estimate three pasture-based systems mixed with elephantgrass + spontaneous growth species, annual ryegrass, for pasture-based system 1; elephantgrass + spontaneous growth species + forage peanut, for pasture-based system 2; and elephantgrass + spontaneous growth species + annual ryegrass + red clover, for pasturebased system 3. Elephantgrass was planted in rows 4 m apart from each other. During the cool-season, annual ryegrass was sown in the alleys between the rows of e… Show more

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“…To post-grazing herbage mass (Table II) rates reveal a low association with pre-grazing herbage mass, mainly due to the greater preference of cows to elephant grass and ryegrass when compared to tropical spontaneous-growth species (Azevedo Junior et al 2012).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To post-grazing herbage mass (Table II) rates reveal a low association with pre-grazing herbage mass, mainly due to the greater preference of cows to elephant grass and ryegrass when compared to tropical spontaneous-growth species (Azevedo Junior et al 2012).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Também STEINWANDTER et al (2009) Comparando-se os valores da composição estrutural, houve similaridade entre os sistemas forrageiros. O valor médio de lâmina foliar de 50,51% é superior ao verifi cado por AZEVEDO JUNIOR et al (2012), de 44,5%, para o capim elefante submetido ao consórcio com diferentes leguminosas e avaliado no decorrer do ano agrícola.…”
Section: Resultados E Discussõesunclassified
“…e outras espécies como milhã (Digitaria adscendens (H.B.K) Henrard) e o papuã (Urochloa plantaginea (Link) Hitchc). Esse resultado confi rma a ação que as leguminosas exercem no controle de espécies de crescimento espontâneo (AZEVEDO JUNIOR et al, 2012).…”
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