2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-35982010001200007
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Abstract: RESUMO -Um experimento foi realizado com o objetivo de avaliar a produção e extração de nutrientes de diferentes forrageiras. Foram implantadas quatro culturas anuais: milho, sorgo-sudão, sorgo forrageiro e girassol em um delineamento experimental em blocos ao acaso, com quatro tratamentos (culturas) e cinco repetições. O girassol e o sorgo-sudão apresentaram as maiores produções de matéria verde, enquanto o milho e o sorgo forrageiro destacaram-se pela produção de matéria seca.Os maiores valores da fração fib… Show more

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“…In these four crops, increases in dry matter were between 43.4 % and 109.6 %, if compared to the dose of zero N, and the maximum dry matter yield varied between 21,015 kg ha -1 and 25,533 kg ha -1 . These yields are similar to those obtained by Oliveira et al (2010), in maize and sorghum for silage.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 88%
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“…In these four crops, increases in dry matter were between 43.4 % and 109.6 %, if compared to the dose of zero N, and the maximum dry matter yield varied between 21,015 kg ha -1 and 25,533 kg ha -1 . These yields are similar to those obtained by Oliveira et al (2010), in maize and sorghum for silage.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 88%
“…The difference in dry matter production between the two years of cultivation was 15,087 kg ha -1 . Normally, the dry matter yield in sorghum was higher than that obtained in 2015 (Oliveira et al 2010, Franco 2011. The occurrence of drought between March and April, with periods of 21 and 12 days with no rainfall in the respective months, may also have affected the initial growth of the sorghum plants, despite the high resistance of sorghum to drought (Księżak et al 2012).…”
Section: Evaluated Parametermentioning
confidence: 77%
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“…The yield of the sunflower forage is good, achieving equal or superior yield in relation to the maize. OLIVEIRA et al (2010), studying different species of forages (maize, sorghum-Sudan, forage sorghum and sunflower) verified that the greater productions of green weight were of the forage sorghum and of the sunflower, with 82 and 83.9 tons per hectare, even with the high amount of green weight, the dry weight was below the other forages, due to the stage of early harvest, with 19% of DW. On average, when the planting season was observed, it was verified that the sowing in December provided higher contents of DW in relation to October and November, and also had greater participation of the capitulum in the silage mass 61.1%, 47.3% and 58.1%, respectively (MELLO et al, 2006).…”
Section: Agronomical Characteristicsmentioning
confidence: 89%