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Sweet sorghum genotypes testing in the high latitude rainfed steppes of the North Kazakhstan (for feed and biofuel) [Electronic Resource]

By: Zhapayev, R.
Contributor(s): Iskandarova, K | Toderich, K | Paramonova, I | Al-Dakheel, A | Shoaib Ismail | Srinivasa Rao Pinnamaneni | Aiman Omarova | Nekrasova, N | Balpanov, D | Ten, O | Ramanculov, E | Zelenskiy, Y | Akhmetova, A.K | Karabayev, M.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: Valley Cottage, N.Y., S.U. : David Publishing Company, 2015Subject(s): Sorghum bicolor | Silage Making | Biomass | Climate change mitigation | KazakhstanOnline resources: Open Access through Dspace In: Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering B v. 4, no. 1, p. 25-30Summary: Twenty-eight sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) genotypes of the different ecological and geographic origins: Kazakhstan, Russia, India, Uzbekistan, and China were tested in the high latitude rainfed conditions of northern Kazakhstan. The genotypes demonstrated high biomass production (up to 100 t·ha-1 and more). The genotypes ripening to full reproductive seeds were selected for seed production and introduction in the northern Kazakhstan. Lactic acid bacteria Lactobacillus plantarum S-1, Streptococcus thermophilus F-1 and Lactococcus lactis F-4 essentially enhance the fermentation process, suppressing undesirable microbiological processes, reducing the loss of nutrient compounds, accelerating in 2 times maturation ensilage process and providing higher quality of the feed product. Collection: CIMMYT Staff Publications Collection
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Twenty-eight sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) genotypes of the different ecological and geographic origins: Kazakhstan, Russia, India, Uzbekistan, and China were tested in the high latitude rainfed conditions of northern Kazakhstan. The genotypes demonstrated high biomass production (up to 100 t·ha-1 and more). The genotypes ripening to full reproductive seeds were selected for seed production and introduction in the northern Kazakhstan. Lactic acid bacteria Lactobacillus plantarum S-1, Streptococcus thermophilus F-1 and Lactococcus lactis F-4 essentially enhance the fermentation process, suppressing undesirable microbiological processes, reducing the loss of nutrient compounds, accelerating in 2 times maturation ensilage process and providing higher quality of the feed product.

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Zhapayev, R. : Not in IRS staff list but CIMMYT Affiliation

Zelenskiy, Y. : Not in IRS staff list but CIMMYT Affiliation

Akhmetova, A.K. : Not in IRS staff list but CIMMYT Affiliation

Karabayev, M. : Not in IRS staff list but CIMMYT Affiliation

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