2018 - Kağan KÖKTEN,Mahmut KAPLAN,Seyithan SEYDOŞOĞLU,Hava Şeyma YILMAZ,Rıdvan UÇAR - https://doi.org/10.19159/tutad.424134
Özet:This research was conducted to determine herbage yield and some quality characteristics of bitter vetch genotypes grown at Bingöl ecological conditions. The study was conducted at the Research and Application fields of Faculty of Agriculture at Bingol University during 2014-2015 summer growing seasons. In the study, 14 different bitter vetch genotypes (IFVE 248-SEL 2785, IFVE 973-SEL 2795, IFVE 2698-SEL 2798, IFVE 2920-SEL 2801 IFVE 3977-SEL 2802, IFVE 3351-SEL 2804, Yerel Lice, D-357, MP, HAT-3, HAT-9, HAT-13, HAT-14 ve HAT-17) were used as plant material. The study was conducted according to randomized complete blocks design with 3 replications. In the study, plant height, green herbage yield, dry yield, crude ash ratio, crude protein ratio, crude protein yield, acid detergent fiber (ADF), neutral detergent fiber (NDF), digestible dry matter ratio, dry matter consumption and relative feed value characteristics were investigated. Statistically significant differences were found between the genotypes in all traits examined in the study, except for the plant height. According to the results of two-year research, IFVE 248-SEL 2785, IFVE 3977-SEL 2802 and HAT-14 genotypes were prominent when dry herbage and crude protein yield and ADF and NDF ratios were considered; It has been suggested that these genotypes should be considered in breeding projects to contribute to the forage production of the region.
Anahtar Kelime:Bitter vetch, herbage yield, herbage quality, crude protein ratio, genotype