This research was aimed to determine the quality characteristics of the silages obtained from the feed peas (Pisum sativumsupsp arvense L.), triticale and their mixtures grown in Diyarbakır provinces. In this study, experimental groups were composed of 5 groups consisting of 3 repeats, triticale and mixtures of different levels which are; 1) Feed peas, 2) Triticale, 3) 50% Feed peas + 50% Triticale, 4) 25% Feed peas + 75% and 5) 75% Feed peas + 25% Triticale. The samples were analyzed after 60 days of incubation in 2 kg plastic drums. In chemical analyzes; the highest pH value (4.15) was obtained from the triticale silage, while the lowest pH value (4.08) was obtained from the feed beetle silage (P <0.05). Similarly, lactic acid concentration was the highest (2.19%) in the silage, while the lowest level (1.96%) was found in the feed beetle silage (P <0.05). As a result; Increase of peas ratio in silanized material in Diyarbakir conditions increased the ratio of CP, ADF, NDF, propionic acid and acetic acid, which is a desirable feature in a quality silage, but decreased lactic acid ratio. In addition, it was determined that mixture of triticale and forage pea plants with 25% of feed peas + 75% triticale is the most ideal mixture in terms of silage quality in the areas having the ecological conditions of Diyarbakır province.
|Yayımlanma Tarihi||27 Aralık 2018|
|Gönderilme Tarihi||10 Aralık 2018|
|Kabul Tarihi||19 Aralık 2018|
|Yayımlandığı Sayı||Yıl 2018 Cilt: 4 Sayı: 2|