This book provides a detailed description of the study of environmental profiles, chemical composition, morphological characteristics, and salinity tolerance of the study plants. Leptochloa fusca and Echinochloa stagnina. The above ground biomass for Leptochloa fusca was 2.5 kg/m2 fresh weight, which is 25 tons per hectare. Echinochloa stagnina fresh weight increased during the summer to reach 2.60 kg / m2 and the equivalent of 26 tons per hectare and this is good for the international specifications in terms of yield of productivity of two plants. Results obtained will be useful in the agricultural application of the target species as non-traditional feed, in particular in summer, where there is a lack of feed.
Mamdouh Salem Serag
Prof, Serag completed his phD in Ecology from Mansoura-Lund Universities, Channel System, 1989. Currently he is working as a Professor of Ecology at Damietta University. He published more than 87 research papers in national and international journals. He is interested in plant diversity and management of natural resources.
Omar Alhlak, Heba E.Shabaan
Abdel Hamid A. Khedr
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Ecological Study, Egypt, Nile Delta, Wild forage
SCIENCE / Ecology