Some Quality Traits of Different Wild Plants


  • Mehmet BASBAG Dicle University Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Field Crops, Diyarbakir (TR)
  • Ramazan DEMIREL Dicle University Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Animal Science, Diyarbakir (TR)
  • Mustafa AVCI Agricultural Research Institute of Cukurova, Department of Field Crops, Adana (TR)



pasture plants; acid detergent fiber; neutral detergent fiber; relative feed value; digestible dry matter; average crude protein


This research was carried out to determine quality properties of some pasture plant species. In this research, 10 different pasture plant species were used as materials which were collected from Diyarbakir pasture areas of Turkey. At the end of research, quality properties of pasture plants were ranged from lowest to highest for average dry matter 11.5-30.9%, average crude protein 12.6-26.6%, crude ash 5.5-21.2%, acid detergent fiber 22.0-43.0%, neutral detergent fiber 20.5-56.1%, digestible dry matter 55.4-71.8%, dry matter intake 2.1-5.9% and relative feed value 90.2-327.0. Among the pasture plants studied, higher crude protein level than averages of species following plants may have importance, respectively: Centaurea iberica, Sinapsis arvensis, Convolvulus arvensis, Rumex conglomeratus, Crambe orientalis, Amaranthus retroflexus, Polygonum aviculare, Anchusa strigosa and Malva neglecta. For relative feed value has been remarked: Sinapsis arvensis, Rumex conglomeratus, Amaranthus retroflexus, Crambe orientalis, Centaurea iberica and Hypecoum imberbe.


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How to Cite

BASBAG, M., DEMIREL, R., & AVCI, M. (2009). Some Quality Traits of Different Wild Plants. Notulae Scientia Biologicae, 2(1), 36–39.



Research articles
DOI: 10.15835/nsb213476