CHANGE OF THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF PLANTS OF CEREAL-PAS MIXTURES UNDER THE ACTION OF BIOLOGICAL PREPARATIONS
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Keywords

biological products
cereal-pea mixtures
chemical composition
protein
sugar
carotene
nutrition
yield of nutrients

Abstract

Using biological products as a pre-sowing treatment of seeds, you can change the chemical composition of fodder plants: increase the content of protein, fat, sugar and carotene, and mean increase their nutritional value. The studies compared the chemical sucking of plants of cereal-pea mixtures, untreated and processed with biological preparations SILK and ECOSIL. In this case, the chemical composition of the feed mixtures, their productivity and nutrition were determined. It was found that the protein content in plants of the cereal-pea mixture increases by 2.1%, sugar - by 1.13%, and carotene by 5 mg/kg. The yield of nutrients per hectare also increases: protein - by 201 kg/ha, sugar - by 196 kg/ha and carotene - by 197 kg.

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