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Effects of the use of acetic acid as the conservant in lucerne ensiling
Journal of Agricultural Sciences Belgrade
The influence of acetic acid as the chemical conservant in three doses (4, 6, 8 g/kg green mass) on the intensity of fermentation and proteolysis in lucerne silage was investigated. On the basis of chemical analysis, it was found that with the increase of conservant dose the pH value decreased, aminogenesis and nitrogen solubility was limited. In silages treated the absolute and relative domination of acetic acid was found in total acid content. The increase of free and bonded acetic acid wasdoi:10.2298/jas0401059d fatcat:omwz2zy6v5hivihebexqp5hkri