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Ruzi

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  • Ruzi grass (Brachiaria ruziziensis)
  • Dry matter forage yield 12-15 ton/ha/year
  •  (Protein content 7-10%)
  • Good palatability and good quality forage
  • Good germinated seed
  • Prefer fertile and well drained soil

Purple Guinea grass

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  • Purple Guinea grass (Panicum maximum TD 58)
  • High dry matter forage yield 15-20 ton/ha/year
  • (Protein content 7-10%)
  • Good germinated seed
  • Requires fertile soil

Atratum grass

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  • Atratum grass (Paspalum atratum)
  • Dry matter forage yield 15-20 ton/ha/year
  • (Protein content 7-8%)
  • Good germinated seed
  • Suitable to wet area
  • Need often cut or graze

Plicatulum grass

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  • Plicatulum grass (Paspalum plicatulum)
  • Dry matter forage yield 9-15 ton/ha/year
  • (Protein content 7-8 %)
  • Good germinated seed
  • Tolerant of both wet and dry season

Hamata Stylo

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  • Hamata Stylo (Stylosanthes hamata cv.Verano)
  • Dry matter forage yield 9-12 ton/ha/year
  • (Protein content 16-18%)
  • Resistant to Anthracnose disease
  • Adapted to acid and infertile soil

Thapra Stylo

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  • Thapra Stylo (Stylosanthes guianensis CIAT 184)
  • Dry matter forage yield 9-15 ton/ha/year
  • (Protein content 16-20%)
  • Stay green in dry season
  • Adapted to acid and infertile soil

Cavalcade

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  • Cavalcade (Centrosema pascuorum cv.Cavalcade)
  • Dry matter forage yield 6-7 ton/ha/year
  • (Protein content 16-18%)
  • Good palatability and good quality forage
  • Suitable for hay making

Pangola

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  • Pangola (Digitaria eriantha)
  • Dry matter forage yield 5-7 ton/ha/year
  • (Protein content 7-11%)
  • Good palatability
  • Suitable for hay making

Pak Chong Napier 1

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  • Pak Chong Napier 1 (Hybrid between Pennisetum purpureum and Pennisetum americanum)
  • Dry matter forage yield 7.5-10 ton/ha/year
  • (Protein content 9-15%)
  • Suitable for silage making