common bean plant


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Related to common bean plant: Phaseolus vulgaris
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Noun1.common bean plant - the common annual twining or bushy bean plant grown for its edible seeds or podscommon bean plant - the common annual twining or bushy bean plant grown for its edible seeds or pods
common bean - any of numerous beans eaten either fresh or dried
genus Phaseolus, Phaseolus - herbs of warm regions including most American beans
bush bean - a bean plant whose bushy growth needs no supports
frijol, frijole, kidney bean - the common bean plant grown for the beans rather than the pods (especially a variety with large red kidney-shaped beans)
green bean - a common bean plant cultivated for its slender green edible pods
wax bean - a common bean plant grown for its edible golden pod
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But Stavely and other scientists around the country are rustproofing Phaseolus vulgaris, the common bean plant.
Furthermore, the portioning of calcium, potassium and magnesium in parts of the common bean plant needs to be further studied to be able to enhance the calcium concentration in the plant's edible parts by breeding.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of the addition of biochar produced from filter materials discarded from organic filters on common bean plants growth and production.
We have three hypotheses: 1--The super early cycle common bean genotypes are a viable alternative for farmers with grain yield similar to that of traditionally grown crops; 2--The application of all N at sowing of the crop provides higher grain yield than the split application of N; and 3--The application of the total N at sowing provides significant changes in soil mineral N availability which affects the development of common bean plants.
Evaluating zinc (Zn) levels in common bean plants, it was observed that, in all arrangements, a decrease in the contents of this nutrient was observed in the plots where bean was cultivated in isolation to the arrangements where the plant was cultivated in competition with the weeds (Table 4).
Larvae-injured common bean plants are yellowed and their leaves progressively dry (Amante & Figueiredo Junior 1971).
The experiment consisted of two sets, one set with common bean plants grown on lime-treated soil and the other set on lime-untreated soil.
2010 reported that dry common bean plants (Phaseolus vulgaris) from the main production regions of Costa Rica have been affected by a disease.
during the flowering period of the common bean plants.
Thus, yield can be enhanced up to 300% compared with common bean plants that were fertilized neither with Mo nor with an N side dressing (Amane, Vieira, Novais, & Araujo, 1999).
Under water restriction conditions, common bean plants show lower leaf and shoot dry matter and lower number of leaves and 100-grain weight.