Effect of variety and species on the chemical composition of Lotus when ensiled

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Effect of variety and species on the chemical composition of Lotus when ensiled. / Marley, Christina L.; Fychan, A. Rhun; Jones, Raymond.

Silage production and utilisation: Proceedings of the XIVth International Silage Conference, a satellite workshop of the XXth International Grassland Congress, Belfast, Northern Ireland, July 2005.. ed. / S. Rae; M. Park. Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2005. p. 170.

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Marley, CL, Fychan, AR & Jones, R 2005, Effect of variety and species on the chemical composition of Lotus when ensiled. in S Rae & M Park (eds), Silage production and utilisation: Proceedings of the XIVth International Silage Conference, a satellite workshop of the XXth International Grassland Congress, Belfast, Northern Ireland, July 2005.. Wageningen Academic Publishers, pp. 170. <http://hdl.handle.net/2160/2922>

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Marley, C. L., Fychan, A. R., & Jones, R. (2005). Effect of variety and species on the chemical composition of Lotus when ensiled. In S. Rae, & M. Park (Eds.), Silage production and utilisation: Proceedings of the XIVth International Silage Conference, a satellite workshop of the XXth International Grassland Congress, Belfast, Northern Ireland, July 2005. (pp. 170). Wageningen Academic Publishers. http://hdl.handle.net/2160/2922

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Marley CL, Fychan AR, Jones R. Effect of variety and species on the chemical composition of Lotus when ensiled. In Rae S, Park M, editors, Silage production and utilisation: Proceedings of the XIVth International Silage Conference, a satellite workshop of the XXth International Grassland Congress, Belfast, Northern Ireland, July 2005.. Wageningen Academic Publishers. 2005. p. 170

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Marley, Christina L. ; Fychan, A. Rhun ; Jones, Raymond. / Effect of variety and species on the chemical composition of Lotus when ensiled. Silage production and utilisation: Proceedings of the XIVth International Silage Conference, a satellite workshop of the XXth International Grassland Congress, Belfast, Northern Ireland, July 2005.. editor / S. Rae ; M. Park. Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2005. pp. 170

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