APLIKASI TEKNOLOGI BUDIDAYA TANAMAN PAKAN RAMAH LINGKUNGAN TERHADAP KUALITAS HIJAUAN (Studi Pemanfaatan Pupuk Organik Kascing dan Sistem Tanam)
AbstractChemical analysis of forages was conducted at Animal nutrition Laboratory,
Faculty of Animal Husbandry Udayana University to study the effect of casting
organic fertilizer on Quality in Grass-legume Association.
Field experiment was consisted of two factors as follows: (1) three types of
cropping systems (grass monoculture, legume monoculture, and grass-legume
association), (2) four levels of casting organic fertilizer (0, 10, 20, and 30 t ha-1).
The experiment design was a randomized block design arranged in factorial pattern
and was replicated three times.
The results showed chemical compossition of forage in association system at
20 t ha-1 casting had a higher quality and a higher Ca and P contents, a lower NDF
and lignin contents, whereas : ADF, hemisellulose, and cellulose contents were not
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