한국초지조사료학회지 (JKSGFS) Vol. 39 No. 3 (p.158-164)

|Research Article|
Growth Characteristics and Productivity of Korean Winter Forage Crops in Uzbekistan

키워드 :
Winter forage crop,Growth characteristics,Productivity,Uzbekistan

목차

ABSTRACT
Ⅰ. INTRODUCTION
Ⅱ. MATERIALS AND METHODS
   1. Test site and cultivation environment
   2. Crops and varieties
   3. Plot design and cultivation conditions
   4. Growth characteristics and productivity
   5. Nutritive value analysis
Ⅲ. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
Ⅳ. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Ⅴ. REFERENCES

초록

We examined the adaptability of Korean winter forage crops such as Italian ryegrass, barley, oat, and triticale in Uzbekistan. The overall growth before wintering was slightly different between Uzbekistani and Korean varieties, but there was no significant difference among winter forage crops. The heading date of the Korean triticale 'Shinyoung' was the earliest, (April 4), and the heading date of the Uzbekistani triticale 'Frack cerebristy' was quite late, (April 25). The heading date of the Korean Italian ryegrass 'Kowinearly' was four days earlier than that of 'Kowinmaster,' on April 13, and that of the Korean barley ‘Youngyang’ and ‘Yuyeon’ were five days earlier than that of the Uzbekistani barley ‘Bolgaly’. The maximum dry matter yield of winter forage crop was from Uzbekistan triticale, 'Frack cerebristy', which was 13,536 kg/ha. The dry matter yield of Uzbekistan barley was 8,222 kg/ha. Compared with Uzbekistan barley, 'Bolgaly', yields of Korean barley 'Youngyang' and 'Yuyeon', Korean oat 'Samhan', and Korean Italian ryegrass 'Kowinearly' and 'Kowinmaster' were 59∼64%, 125%, and 113∼133%, respectively.