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The production of biomass and dry matter at maize and sorghum for silage
The aim of this thesis was to evaluate and compare the production capacity of the two hybrids of maize (Zea mays L.) genotypes and selected sorghum (Sorghum Adams). For the evaluation of this experiment there was based a plot on the piece of land of South Bohemia University in České Budějovice. The samples were picked up before harvest to compare the evaluated high - yielding indicators. The number of samples depended on the desired dry matter content in biomass. During corn harvest the yield of biomass was determined, and yield and share of corncobs, dry matter content of biomass and corncobs, and yield of dry biomass. At the harvest of sorghum the yield of biomass was determined, the content of dry matter and yield of dry matter in biomass. Out of one-year experiment it was found out a slower increase of dry matter content in sorghum hybrids in comparison with the corn maize hybrids. Selected hybrids reached optimal values of solids dry matter content for the production of high quality silage.
Prospects of the cultivation and the use of sorghum and millet in the Czech Republic
The aim of this work was a summary of the cultivation knowledge and the use of the possibilities of sorghum and millet in the Czech Republic. Botanical characteristics, requirements for enviroment, plant care during the vegetation millet and sorghum. Harvest and post-harvest treatment of plants and their use for food, industrial and fodder purposes. Millet is a modest yielding crop bringing a good viable, expanding food crop and variety for processing industry. Sorghum enriches crop rotation to maintain soil fertility and is an interesting alternative to corn silage on the arable land in the Czech Republic.

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4 Trojáková, Gabriela
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