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oat

1. an erect annual grass, Avena sativa, grown in temperate regions for its edible seed
2. the seeds or fruits of this grass
3. any of various other grasses of the genus Avena, such as the wild oat
4. Poetic Music a flute made from an oat straw

oat

[ōt]
(botany)
Any plant of the genus Avena in the family Graminae, cultivated as an agricultural crop for its seed, a cereal grain, and for straw.
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The IVDMD was calculated by subtracting the dry residue weight (pellet) from the original weight of oat straw divided by the original sample weight, and the values multiplied by 100 to derive the percentage of IVDMD.
Cellulolytic bacteria concentration was not affected by the addition of Nitrogen sources in alfalfa hay oat straw and corn stover fermentations (0.
Some evidence of this can be seen in the 1996-97 data (Table 3), which show that the yield of oat straw following a clover crop was 8.
We might want to make a blend of oat straw and wheat straw in our initial batch," he said.
For example, a sharp machete works well with wheat and oat straw, but is useless with the woody stems of Johnson grass bales.
Three times now we have watched moose here, and not long ago, a cougar the color of oat straw flowed along the edge of the woods with that confident, purposeful carriage that seems to say, "Yeah?
13 Mcal/kg NEg, whereas the DR diet consisted of alfalfa hay, timothy hay, bluegrass hay, and oat straw with 9.
If they start to sell that wheat, you could avoid the problem by switching to barley, rye or oat straw.
50 and PS56 per tonne, mini hestons of Barley straw sold to PS18 per bale, and to PS55 per tonne Round bales of Barley straw sold to PS18 (x2), PS15 and PS14 per bale, round bales of Oat Straw sold to PS14 per bale, round bales of Haylage sold to PS14, PS13 per bale, and to PS66 per tonne.
05) were registered by treating oat straw (20%), bean straw (83%) and com stubble (16%) with P.
The amount of lignified and cellulose tissue is greater in the wheat and rye stems than in barley and oat straw.