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Bacterial Inoculants for Silage

While most dry matter losses which occur during storage are due to aerobic respiration, most quality changes occur during fermentation. The crucial step of fermentation may be aided by bacterial inoculants. Inoculants are initially inactive organisms that, when added to silage, become active and can help break down plant sugars.

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Bacterial Inoculants for Silage

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I-111

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4

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