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Record number 521150
Title Samenstelling van blad, stengel en rhizomen in relatie tot optimaal oogst-tijdstip van Miscanthus x giganteus
Author(s) Kasper, G.J.; Kolk, J.C. van der; Putten, J.C. van der
Source Wageningen : Wageningen Livestock Research (Wageningen Livestock Research rapport 1022) - 27
Department(s) LR - Animal Nutrition
FBR BP Biorefinery & Sustainable Value Chains
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2017
Keyword(s) brandstofgewassen - biobased economy - miscanthus - grassen - oogsttijdstip - gewasopbrengst - akkerbouw - plantensamenstelling - suikergehalte - lignine - pectinen - droge stof - koolhydraten - stengels - wortelstokken - fuel crops - grasses - harvesting date - crop yield - arable farming - plant composition - sugar content - lignin - pectins - dry matter - carbohydrates - stems - rhizomes
Categories Grasses
Abstract A plurality of components (such as sugars, lignin, pectin) of Miscanthus x giganteus has been studied in stem, leaf, and rhizomes for the harvest times July and January in view of the optimal harvest time. Additional literature search shows that the end of October is the optimum time for harvesting on the basis of the maximum above-ground dry matter yield and sugar yield, and dry matter yield in the next year. It will have to be investigated whether the optimal harvest time also applies to long-term research.
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