Sparse-flowering orchardgrass represents an improvement in forage quality during reproductive growth

M. D. Casler, D. J. Undersander, Y. A. Papadopolous, S. Bittman, D. Hunt, R. D. Mathison, D. H. Min, J. G. Robins, J. H. Cherney, S. N. Acharya, D. P. Belesky, S. R. Bowley, B. E. Coulman, R. Drapeau, N. J. Ehlke, M. H. Hall, R. H. Leep, R. Michaud, J. Rowsell, G. E. ShewmakerC. D. Teutsch, W. K. Coblentz

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