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Babul Pod Ppt

Babul Pod Ppt

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Published by Dr. Umesh Sontakke
Babul pod as a non-conventional energy source in ruminant.Most of study on babul pod feeding is included in the presentation from NDRI Karnal.
Babul pod as a non-conventional energy source in ruminant.Most of study on babul pod feeding is included in the presentation from NDRI Karnal.

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Published by: Dr. Umesh Sontakke on May 16, 2012
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WELCOME
 
BABUL POD : A UNCONVENTIONAL FEED FOR RUMINANT
Dairy Cattle Nutrition DivisionNational Dairy Research Institute
Karnal-132001
Class Seminaron
Presented to:Dr. Neelam KewalramaniPrincipal ScientistSpeaker :Umesh SontakkePh.D Scholar
 
INTRODUCTION
Botanical name
: Acacia nilotica
 Acacia
- akis meaning thorn/sharp point
 Nilotica
- along the Nile River
Prickly acacia
 – 
Australia
Babul
 – 
India
A. nilotica is a native to India, Pakistan andmost of the African countries.
The tree is 5-20 m high with a dense sphericalcrown
Pods- resembles beaded necklace, flat, straightor slightly curved
Annual availability of A. nilotica pods in India:600,000 metric tons.
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 Acacia nilotica
 Scientific classification Kingdom:Plantae (unranked):Angiosperms (unranked):Eudicots (unranked):Rosids Order:Fabales Family:Fabaceae Genus:
 Acacia
 Species:
 
 A. nilotica
 
(Brenan, 1983)
 
(Punj;1988)
 

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