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The sowing of alfalfa and Agropyron gaerin between 15 June and 5 July is only recommended in the central crop growing region where there is no irrigation. For these areas 3 kg of alfalfa, 5 kg of Zerna and Elymus, and 2.5 kg of Agropyron gaerin seed was sown per hectare. 7 kg per hectare of Elymus sibiricus and Elymus daguricum seed was sown in the irrigated steppe crop growing areas. 3 kg per ...

SUBJECT: plante fourragere; plantas forrajeras; feed crops; essai de semences; plante perenne

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The results of field experiment show that 0.05 cobalt, 0.05 copper, 0.02 zinc and 0.05 molybdenum micro-fertilizer is increasing avarage yield of lucerne by 2360 kg/hectare, while nutritional value is improved. It is determined that an investment of 12-20 tugrik (mongolian currency) for micro-fertilizer per hectare will result in an income of 350-400 tugrik.

SUBJECT: crecimiento; aplicacion de abonos; croissance; rendement des cultures; crop yield

POSTED TO: Proceedings of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences

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As a result of local selection procedures new varietes of Medicago sativa, Elymus sibiricus and Agropyron cristatum saman yerth Pgiin have been adopted. As a result of new selection methods of economically and biologically efficient and quality raw materials new hybrid plants were produced. These hybrids survive winter and drought conditions well, and also disease and the attention of rodents. ...

SUBJECT: ressource genetique; plante fourragere; agropyron cristatum; genetic resources; plantas forrajeras

POSTED TO: Proceedings of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences

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The chemical composition was studied of local medicinal plants from different geographical regions of Mongolia. The results showed that there was a high calcium and iron content, but plants tended to be low in phosphorus.

SUBJECT: drug plants; mongolia; composicion quimica; plantas medicinales; mongolie

POSTED TO: Proceedings of Veterinary Research Institute

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Out of 67 species of rodents identified in Mongolia, Microtus brandi is the most widely distributed. This species, which is found over 40 million ha, is destructive of most cereal crops. Depending on weight it can eat 10-30 g of grain a day. Various pest control methods are described including tests of a local strain 7/30 which has toxigen safe properties for livestock. The local strains culti ...

SUBJECT: rodent control; rongeur; methode de lutte antiparasite; roedores; metodos de control de plagas

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SUBJECT: aborto; abortion; vaccines; control de enfermedades; goats

POSTED TO: Bulletin, Council of Agricultural Sciences, Ministry of Agriculture

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This is the first book to summarise the present knowledge of the 5 traditional Mongolian animals: horses, cattle, camels, sheep and goats, which are maintained on natural pasture all the year round. It is largely based on investigations by the author and other researchers into the animals' biology, physiology, morphology, ecology, behaviour and productivity. It is divided into 9 chapters: The ...

SUBJECT: camels; camello; productividad; caprinos; maladie des animaux

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Experimental evidence indicated that nitrogen fixing bacterium strains are able to increase the nodulation of legumes by an average of 30, the yield of corn by 16,4, the yield of biomass by 14,8 over that of the wild strains and, on average, to fix 100 kg of nitrogen per hectare from the air. Using lactic acid fixing strains of bacterium, an inoculum production and utilisation technology was d ...

SUBJECT: biotechnology; yeasts; inoculation; leguminosae; inoculacion

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The author based his research work on main factors influencing pastoral livestock development and its economic efficiency. He concluded that the Mongolian economy depends on the success of animal husbandry. The main concept of the work was determination of potential problems and their possible solutions in the livestock sector in the process of moving into a market system. Part 1. The theory o ...

SUBJECT: efficacite; efficiency; utilizacion de la tierra; utilisation des terres; eficacia

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Pastoral livestock husbandry in Mongolia is compared to that of nearly 40 countries of the world. At present, 20 countries in Africa, 15 in Asia, 4 in Latin America, 2 in Oceania are engaged in pastoral livestock husbandry. They account for more than 50 percent of the people working in rural economy, over 20 percent of cattle and horses, 50 percent of goats, 30 percent of sheep and 80 percent ...

SUBJECT: pastoralisme; economics; economia; mongolia; economie