subject area of
- Composting of Sweet Sorghum Bagasse and its Impact on Plant Growth Promotion
- Economic impacts of developing a biofuel industry in Mozambique
- Effect of Feeding Differently Processed Sweet Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) Bagasse Based complete Diet on Nutrient Utilization and Microbial N Supply in Growing Ram Lambs
- Effect of roughage to concentrate ratio of sweet sorghum (Sorghum biclor L. Moench) bagasse-based complete diet on nutrient utilization and microbial N supply in lambs.
- Feeding value of sweet sorghum bagasse and leaf residues after juice extraction for bio-ethanol production fed to sheep as complete rations in diverse physical forms
- Formulations of Plant Growth-Promoting Microbes for Field Applications
- Growth performance and carcass characteristics of growing ram lambs fed sweet sorghum bagasse-based complete rations varying in roughage-to-concentrate ratios
- Mineralization of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus and sulphur from different organic wastes in silty clay loam soils
- Nodulation of beans with inoculant carriers from pyrolyzed and non-pyrolyzed sugarcane bagasse in response to different pre-planting water availability
- Prediction of optimum roughage to concentrate ratio in sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) bagasse based total mixed ration for buffaloes using in vitro gas technique.
- Sugar cane processing residue, bagasse, enhances decomposition of citrus leaves and could contribute to citrus black spot management