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Erciyes Üniversitesi (2015)

Determination of forage yield and quality of some Hungarian vetch cultivars at Kayseri arid conditions

HASHALICI Sema

Titre : Determination of forage yield and quality of some Hungarian vetch cultivars at Kayseri arid conditions

Kayseri kıraç koşullarında bazı Macar fiği çeşitlerinin ot verimleri ve kalitelerinin belirlenmesi

Auteur : HASHALICI Sema

Université de soutenance : Erciyes Üniversitesi

Grade : M c. S. Thesis 2015

Résumé
The aim of this study was to investigate forage yield and quality of five Hungarian Vetch cultivars (Vicia pannonica Crantz., Tarm Beyazı-98, Anadolu pembesi-2002, Budak, Ege beyazı-79, Oğuz-2002) at Kayseri arid conditions. Experiments were conducted in randomized block design with three replication for two years (2012-2013 and 2013-2014 vegetation period) over the experimental fields of Erciyes University Agricultural Research and Implementation Center. Main stem length, 50% flowering time, herbage yield, hay yield, crude protein ratio, crude protein yield, crude ash ratio, ADF, NDF and mineral content of hay were investigated in this study. Current findings revealed that main stem lenght varied between 48.8-76.3 cm, %50 flowering time between 191.0-206.3 day, herbage yield between 1160.7-2600 kg/da, hay yield between 393.5-782.3 kg/da, crude protein ratio between 16.0-18.6%, crude protein yield between 70.8-130.1 kg/da, crude ash ratio between 8.95-11.83%, ADF between 30.01-37.14% and NDF varied between 39.05-46.79%. Dry hay P contents ranged between 2269-3176 ppm, K contents between 24980-33513 ppm, Ca contents between 6673-10153 ppm, Mg contents between 2648-4723 ppm, Fe contents between 133.3-206.4 ppm, Mn contents between 44.50-73.10 ppm, Zn contents between 44.73-66.07 ppm, Cu contents between 6.47-8.17 ppm, B contents between 37.37-49.03 ppm and Na contents ranged between 1106-1465 ppm. It was concluded that the cultivars Oğuz-2002, Anadolu pembesi-2002 and Ege beyazı-79 could be recommended for hay production in arid agricultural areas of Kayseri and similar ecologies

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