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Willow Silage: an Alternative to Winter Fodder (BHGP13 - Potential Good Practice Note)

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Willow silage is increasingly gaining importance as an alternative winter fodder in the Mountainous region of Bhutan. This Potential Good Practice Note talks about the package of practices of growing ...

Willow silage is increasingly gaining importance as an alternative winter fodder in the Mountainous region of Bhutan. This Potential Good Practice Note talks about the package of practices of growing willow and ensiling willow twigs and leaves. The technique of silage making is simple, affordable, replicable and user friendly. This practice is undertaken with the objective to propagate willow and promote biomass ensiling techniques at farmers' level with an ultimate aim to address fodder shortage in winter.

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