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Key title:
Agrarnoe obrazovanie i nauka

Abbreviated key title:
Agrar. obraz. nauka

Floristic composition and economic value of meadow phytocenosis

S.E. Saparklycheva, dotsent N.M. Poyarkova, dotsent Uralskiy gosudarstvennyy agrarnyy universitet. Retsenzent: L.B. Karengina, kandidat selskohozyaystvennyh nauk, dotsent

The geobotanical description of the meadow phytocenosis, which is used for cattle grazing, was carried out. There are three agrobotanical groups in the community: cereals, legumes and motley grass. valuable fodder plants that dominate: Dactylis glomerata l., Agrostis stolonifera L., Phleum pratense l., Trifolium pratense l., Trifolium repens l. Motley grass are represented by plants of the Asteraceae that do not have fodder value.

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