Increasing feed production using legume and cereal mixtures as a second crop

Aline Vandewalle, Stéphanie Guibert, Marion Thiechard, Fabien Guerin, Hauke Ahnemann
Posted: 09.06.2022
More frequent droughts in summer lead to unreliable forage production for farmers. In addition, farmers highly depend on imported soybean for milk production. Forage production, based on silage maize, can be improved by introducing a mixture of legumes and cereals (oat and vetches) prior to sowing silage maize, creating another source of silage earlier in the season.

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Authors: Aline Vandewalle, Stéphanie Guibert, Marion Thiechard, Fabien Guerin, Hauke Ahnemann
Acknowledgement: DiverIMPACTS has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innnovation programme under grant agreement No. 727482.

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