Silage Preservation

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Appearing as a method of silage preservation of fresh forage without altering the nutritional principles of plants, giving the opportunity to provide food during this time. In addition to using the gully for silage production enables these to be filled as will be explained then technology avoids the drag of soil by rain. This method of producing silage in gullies should begin to do in the season from May to August, or when there is an increase of grass, and therefore an excess, as well as other crops of some of the crops that are harvested at this time.

Coincidentally this is the rainy season, which causes these increases in dry matter (DM) on the ground, in turn causing increased soil erosion mainly in the mountains, among other things shown by the increasing size of persistent gullies. The silage will remain in the gullies until the dry season which will be provided to cattle at recommended doses, this product is the time where the drop in rainfall reduces the grass and proceeded to deliver, the gully is left uncovered by space of 15-25 days, please note that the rains are few, therefore the effect of these in the gully is close to zero-time for waste silage is dumped, specifically liquid solidify forming a film on the bottom of the gully, and around it, which will rise as more silage occurs. It is important to note that the silage suffers while in the gully-silo processes where the involved MOS that see these remain in the ground, it creates a microbial flora, and this part of land formerly part lifeless, with activity of the MOS re-energize.