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Year 2020, Volume 25, Issue 1, 57 - 65, 11.06.2020
https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.743681

Abstract

References

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  • Andreev, N.G. 1989. Meadow and field fodder production. M:492-495.
  • Basaran U., Dogrusor C.M., E. Gulumser and H. Mut. 2017. Hay Yield and quality of intercropped sorghum-sudan grass hybrid and legumes with different seed ratio. Turk J. Field Crops. 22(1):47-53 DOI: 10.17557/tjfc.301834.
  • Blanco, A. 2016. Multidisciplinary study of chemical and biological factors related to Pb accumulation in sorghum crops grown in contaminated soils and their toxicological implications. Journal of Geochemical Exploration.166:18- 26.
  • Bondarenko, M.G. and V.I. Kopyrin. 1985. Optimal terms of Sudan grass sowing for feed. Bulletin of Agricultural Science of Kazakhstan. 12:38-39.
  • Clark, A. 2007. Managing cover crops profi tably. SARE Outreach: 240-244.
  • Cole, C.A., Kaiser, A.G., J.W. Piltz and S Harden. 1996. An evaluation of sorghums for silage production in northern New South Wales. Proceedings of the 3rd Australian Sorghum Conference, Tamworth, NSW. 93:127-139.
  • Fribourg, H.A. 1995. Summer annual grasses. Forages. I:463- 472.
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  • Sarrantonio, M. 1994. Northeast cover crop handbook. RodaleInstitute. 2:35-45.
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  • Uzun, F.S., Ugur and M. Sulak М. 2009. Yield, nutritional and chemical properties of some sorghum x sudangrass hybrids (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench x Sorghum sudanense Stapf.). Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances. 8:1602- 1608.
  • Zavarzin, A.I., G.I. Kostina and I.V. Mahrov. 2002. World collection source of raw material for the selection of Sudan grass. Corn and sorghum. 6:20-21.
  • Zherukov, B.H., K.G. Magomedov and M.K. Magomedov. 2006. Terms of Sudan grass sowing. Farming. 2:45-46.
  • Zhuchenko, A.A. 1990. Adaptive Crop Production. M:350-355.

ADAPTATION OF ELEMENTS OF SUDAN GRASS CULTIVATION TECHNOLOGY TO THE CONDITIONS OF DRY-STEPPE ZONE

Year 2020, Volume 25, Issue 1, 57 - 65, 11.06.2020
https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.743681

Abstract

Sudan grass (Sorghum sudanense (Piper.) Stapf) for the dry-steppe zone of West Kazakhstan is the most productive and drought-resistant, as well as promising culture. Therefore, in order to ensure the smooth supply of feed to livestock, it is important to carry out studies on the adaptation of elements of Sudan grass cultivation technology to the regional conditions. The research examined different sowing times at 10-day intervals, and for the harvesting of green fodder, haylage and hay, the harvesting times were examined in different phases of development, as well as grazing mode of use of Sudan grass. The results of scientific research showed that for the conditions of the region it is important to select both optimal sowing and harvesting times. In the years of research, the yield of dry mass of Sudan grass at different sowing times was 21.05-23.37 c/ha, with the highest productivity determined at 1 early sowing time. When studying the time of harvesting, high yield of dry mass of Sudan grass was ensured during harvesting of plant formations in the blooming period 19.06-23.69 c/ha. Under grazing conditions in the study area, Sudan grass produced 16.99 c/ha of dry mass in a total of 4 browsing.

References

  • Amaducci, S. and M. Colauzzi. 2016. Effect of irrigation and nitrogen fertilization on the production of biogas from maize and sorghum in a water limited environment. European Journal of Agronomy. 76:54-65.
  • Andreev, N.G. 1989. Meadow and field fodder production. M:492-495.
  • Basaran U., Dogrusor C.M., E. Gulumser and H. Mut. 2017. Hay Yield and quality of intercropped sorghum-sudan grass hybrid and legumes with different seed ratio. Turk J. Field Crops. 22(1):47-53 DOI: 10.17557/tjfc.301834.
  • Blanco, A. 2016. Multidisciplinary study of chemical and biological factors related to Pb accumulation in sorghum crops grown in contaminated soils and their toxicological implications. Journal of Geochemical Exploration.166:18- 26.
  • Bondarenko, M.G. and V.I. Kopyrin. 1985. Optimal terms of Sudan grass sowing for feed. Bulletin of Agricultural Science of Kazakhstan. 12:38-39.
  • Clark, A. 2007. Managing cover crops profi tably. SARE Outreach: 240-244.
  • Cole, C.A., Kaiser, A.G., J.W. Piltz and S Harden. 1996. An evaluation of sorghums for silage production in northern New South Wales. Proceedings of the 3rd Australian Sorghum Conference, Tamworth, NSW. 93:127-139.
  • Fribourg, H.A. 1995. Summer annual grasses. Forages. I:463- 472.
  • Grigoriev, V.I. 1963. Cultivation of Sudan grass under the changed light mode. Research on plant physiology and biochemistry. 43:25-27.
  • Habyarimana, E., Bonardi, P., Laureti, D., di Bari, V., S. Cosentino and C. Lorenzoni. 2004. Multilocational valuation of biomass sorghum hybrids under two stand densities and variable water supply in Italy. Ind. Crops Prod. 20:3-9.
  • Kapustin, S.I. 2019. FSAOU. North Caucasus Federal University. 1:50-55
  • Kolomiec, N.Y., S.I Gorpinichenko and G.M. Yermolina. 1999.
  • Stepniachka grade of Sudan grass. Corn and sorghum. 5:17- 18.
  • Kshnyakin, W.A. and Y.U. Zozulin. 1984. Impact of sowing timing on Sudan grass yield in North Kulunda. Novosibirsk:138-144.
  • Lukmanova, F.H. 2019. Bashkortostan SRIA.3:20-25.
  • McIntosh, D.W. 2016. Forage harvest timing impact on biomass quality from native warm-season grass mixtures. Agronomy Journal. 108:1524-1530.
  • Nasiyev В.N, Zhanatalapov N.Zh, A.N. Yessenguzhina and R. Yeleshev. 2019. The use of sudan grass for the production of green fodder, hay and haylage in Western Kazakhstan. Ecology, Environment and Conservation. 25(2):295-302.
  • Nazli, R.I., Inal, A., V. Kusvuran and Tansi. 2014. Effects of different organic materials on forage production from sorghum x. sudangrass hybrid (Sorghum bicolor x Sorghum bicolor var. sudanense). Turk J. of Agricultural and Natural Sci. Special Issue: 2:2075-2082.
  • Nichiporovich, A.A. 1961. Photosynthetic plant activity in crops. M:50-85.
  • Novoselov, Yu.K., Kharkov, G.D. and N.S. Shevtsova. 1987. Methodological instructions conducting field experiments with feed crops. Moscow, All-Russian Research Institute of Feed named after V.R. Williams: 49-55.
  • Novoselov, Yu.K., Shpakov, A.S., Yartieva, J.A., Grigoriev, N.G. and G.A. Dedaev. 1989. Methodological recommendations on bioenergetic assessment of crop rotations and technologies for growing fodder cultures. Moscow, All-Russian Research Institute of Feed named after V.R. Williams: 50-55.
  • Oten, M. 2017. The Effects of different sowing time and harvesting height on hydrocyanic acid content in some silage sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.) varieties. Turk J. Field Crops. 22(2):211-217. DOI: 10.17557/tjfc.356224.
  • Puchkov, K.H. 1974. Features of Sudan grass development in pure form and in mixture with corn under irrigation conditions. Biological foundations of crop production. 54:55-59.
  • Sarrantonio, M. 1994. Northeast cover crop handbook. RodaleInstitute. 2:35-45.
  • Shatilov, I.S., Movsisyants, A.P. and I.A. Dranenko. 1981. Sudan grass. Moscow, Kolos: 52- 60.
  • Sliwinski, B. and F. Brzóska. 2008. Wykorzystanie kiszonek z sorgo w żywieniu krów mlecznych. Problemy agrotechniki oraz wykorzystania kukurydzy i sorgo. UP Poznań:263- 266.
  • Spaar, D. and D. Schuhmann. 2000. Die nat Orlichen Grund Jagen der Pflanzen-produktion in den Landern der GUS und des Baltikums. Buchedition Agrimedia Spithal. 620-628.
  • Tyutyunnikov, A.I. 1973. One-year fodder herbs. M:45-72.
  • Uzun, F.S., Ugur and M. Sulak М. 2009. Yield, nutritional and chemical properties of some sorghum x sudangrass hybrids (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench x Sorghum sudanense Stapf.). Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances. 8:1602- 1608.
  • Zavarzin, A.I., G.I. Kostina and I.V. Mahrov. 2002. World collection source of raw material for the selection of Sudan grass. Corn and sorghum. 6:20-21.
  • Zherukov, B.H., K.G. Magomedov and M.K. Magomedov. 2006. Terms of Sudan grass sowing. Farming. 2:45-46.
  • Zhuchenko, A.A. 1990. Adaptive Crop Production. M:350-355.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Science
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Beybit NASIYEV This is me (Primary Author)
Zhangir khan West Kazakhstan Agrarian - Technical University, Republic of Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan


Nurbolat ZHANATALAPOV This is me
Zhangir khan West Kazakhstan Agrarian - Technical University, Republic of Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan


Vladimir SHIBAIKIN This is me
Saratov State Vavilov Agrarian University, Russia
Russian Federation


Hristina YANCHEVA This is me
Agrarian University Plovdiv, Republic of Bulgaria
Bulgaria

Publication Date June 11, 2020
Published in Issue Year 2020, Volume 25, Issue 1

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Bibtex @research article { tjfc743681, journal = {Turkish Journal Of Field Crops}, issn = {1301-1111}, address = {}, publisher = {Society of Fields Crop Science}, year = {2020}, volume = {25}, number = {1}, pages = {57 - 65}, doi = {10.17557/tjfc.743681}, title = {ADAPTATION OF ELEMENTS OF SUDAN GRASS CULTIVATION TECHNOLOGY TO THE CONDITIONS OF DRY-STEPPE ZONE}, key = {cite}, author = {Nasıyev, Beybit and Zhanatalapov, Nurbolat and Shıbaıkın, Vladimir and Yancheva, Hristina} }
APA Nasıyev, B. , Zhanatalapov, N. , Shıbaıkın, V. & Yancheva, H. (2020). ADAPTATION OF ELEMENTS OF SUDAN GRASS CULTIVATION TECHNOLOGY TO THE CONDITIONS OF DRY-STEPPE ZONE . Turkish Journal Of Field Crops , 25 (1) , 57-65 . DOI: 10.17557/tjfc.743681
MLA Nasıyev, B. , Zhanatalapov, N. , Shıbaıkın, V. , Yancheva, H. "ADAPTATION OF ELEMENTS OF SUDAN GRASS CULTIVATION TECHNOLOGY TO THE CONDITIONS OF DRY-STEPPE ZONE" . Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 25 (2020 ): 57-65 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tjfc/issue/54900/743681>
Chicago Nasıyev, B. , Zhanatalapov, N. , Shıbaıkın, V. , Yancheva, H. "ADAPTATION OF ELEMENTS OF SUDAN GRASS CULTIVATION TECHNOLOGY TO THE CONDITIONS OF DRY-STEPPE ZONE". Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 25 (2020 ): 57-65
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ISNAD Nasıyev, Beybit , Zhanatalapov, Nurbolat , Shıbaıkın, Vladimir , Yancheva, Hristina . "ADAPTATION OF ELEMENTS OF SUDAN GRASS CULTIVATION TECHNOLOGY TO THE CONDITIONS OF DRY-STEPPE ZONE". Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 25 / 1 (June 2020): 57-65 . https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.743681
AMA Nasıyev B. , Zhanatalapov N. , Shıbaıkın V. , Yancheva H. ADAPTATION OF ELEMENTS OF SUDAN GRASS CULTIVATION TECHNOLOGY TO THE CONDITIONS OF DRY-STEPPE ZONE. Turkish Journal Of Field Crops. 2020; 25(1): 57-65.
Vancouver Nasıyev B. , Zhanatalapov N. , Shıbaıkın V. , Yancheva H. ADAPTATION OF ELEMENTS OF SUDAN GRASS CULTIVATION TECHNOLOGY TO THE CONDITIONS OF DRY-STEPPE ZONE. Turkish Journal Of Field Crops. 2020; 25(1): 57-65.
IEEE B. Nasıyev , N. Zhanatalapov , V. Shıbaıkın and H. Yancheva , "ADAPTATION OF ELEMENTS OF SUDAN GRASS CULTIVATION TECHNOLOGY TO THE CONDITIONS OF DRY-STEPPE ZONE", Turkish Journal Of Field Crops, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 57-65, Jun. 2020, doi:10.17557/tjfc.743681