- Volume 18 Issue 2
Effect of Planting Dates and Nitrogen Fertilization Rates on the Forage Yield and Feeding Value of Introduced Triticale
파종기 및 질소 시비량이 도입 트리티케일의 수량 및 사료가치에 미치는 영향
- Yun, Seung-Gil (Dept. of Plant Science and Resources, Ansong National Univ.) ;
- Kazuo Ataku (Dept. of Dairy Sci., Rakuno Gakuen Univ., Japan)
- Published : 1998.06.30
This experiment was conducted to establish the cultural method of triticale(Triticum Secalotriticum Saratoviense Meister) as a whole crop silage by evaluating the effect of seeding date and nitrogen fertilization rate on forage yields and feeding value. Heading date, flowering date, and the dough stage of development came significantly earlier as triticale was seeded earlier. Soilage, dry matter yields and percent dry matter significantly varied with seeding dates and crude ash, NFE and TDN. However, TDN yield was significantly reduced by delayed seeding. Macromineral contents were not affected by seeding date. Soilage, dry matter yield, and percent dry matter significantly increased as nitrogen fertilization rate increased. The contents of crude protein, crude fat, crude ash, NFE, TDN and TDN yield also significantly increased. In contrast, crude fiber content of triticale decreased with increasing N fertilization rate.