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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3

Authors

F. E. Ryan

Keywords

Western Australia (South-West), Fodder, Sorghum.

First Page Number

465

Last Page Number

472

Abstract

The high yields of sorghum grown for fodder and grain at the Denmark and Wokalup Research Stations suggest that these crops can play an important role in the higher rainfall areas of the State. As as source of green fodder, sorghums could take place of maize during the summer months. Where crops are not grazed, they could produce grain for feeding to dairy stock and pigs.

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