lablab bean


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lab·lab bean

 (lăb′lăb′)
[Arabic lablāb.]
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In Sudan many types of legume are used for human food and animal feed such as faba bean, kidney bean, chick pea, lablab bean, cow pea.
Lablab bean is a common legume in South Asia, China, Japan, West Africa, and the Caribbean (Vamenzuela and Smith, 2002).
Five co-ordinated work-packages were implemented: (1) background agricultural and environmental assessment of the highland catchment; (2) implementation and evaluation of modified and novel cropping systems for wheat, maize and soybeans in the catchment; (3) evaluation of the socio-economic impact of changed cropping practises; (4) comparative scientific evaluation of the soil and water conservation techniques used in association with maize and lablab bean (Lablab purpureus) production in the highlands of northern Thailand and (5) dissemination of project outcomes and establishment of training programmes for best practise in highland rural development.
This study was carried out to select effective Rhizobium and phosphate solubilizing bacteria for Lablab Bean under field conditions.
Similar results were reported by Osman and Abd Elaziz [21]; Rugheim and Abdelgani [25]; Hassan and Abdelgeni [14] for faba bean and lablab bean, respectively.
The objectives of the study are to assess the effects of biofertilizers on the symbiotic properties of lablab bean and nitrogen and phosphorus content of the plant.
Effect of biofertilization on nodulation, nitrogen and phosphorus content and forage yield of lablab bean (Lablab purpureus L.
The biochemical characterization of three varieties of Lablab purpureus (lablab beans) seed proteins have been reported by (Soetan and Fafunso, 2009) and this shows that the three varieties of lablab beans seed proteins studied has 12, 15 and 17 bands, representing the molecular weights ranging from 7,244 to 50,118 daltons.
51 for an 11-pound bag covering half an acre), which features "screening" grain and sorghum plants to protect young Lablab beans as they grow.