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Productivity and Nutritive Value of Barley Green Fodder Yield in Hydroponic System

@inproceedings{Fazaeli2012ProductivityAN,
  title={Productivity and Nutritive Value of Barley Green Fodder Yield in Hydroponic System},
  author={Hassan Fazaeli and M. Asghari-Tabrizi},
  year={2012}
}
4 Abstract: Barley grain was sprouted in a still hydroponic growing chamber for 6, 7 and 8 day periods and sampled for chemical analyses, protein fractions, in vitro digestion and metabolisable energy (ME) determination. Productivity measured on the basis of the input-output balance of barley grain and GF yield. Results showed that CP, Ash, EE, NDF, ADF and water soluble carbohydrate (WSC) were increased whereas OM and non fiber carbohydrate (NFC) decreased (p<0.05) in the GF when compared with… 
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