nonleguminous

nonleguminous

(ˌnɒnlɛˈɡjuːmɪnəs)
adj
(Botany) not relating to or resembling a legume
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It has been reported that the bacteria from genera Bacillus, pseudomonas, Serratia, Alcaligenes and Proteus promoted growth and yield of different nonleguminous plants were also reported by Selva Kumar et al.
Intercropping promises to take advantage of the association between leguminous and nonleguminous plants to optimize available resources; covering the spaces of bare-soil between trees to limit erosion; modifying the main crop's microclimate and to extend the period of soil cover to limit nitrate lixiviation [20].
Residues of Puerariaphaseoloides and Centrosema brasilianum were used as leguminous plant while Chromolaena odorata and Panicum maximum were used as nonleguminous plants.
Leaf samples of all leguminous and nonleguminous shrubs, and grasses were re-growths and collected ~60 d after the start of the rainy season.
The 14 native species selected include 4 grasses, 3 legumes and 7 nonleguminous forbs.
The role of nonleguminous cover crops in the efficient use of water and nitrogen, p.
Nonleguminous, cool-season, perennial hay crops have higher N demands (Klausner 1997), have longer active growth periods, and require different manure application schedules than maize.
After three years of growth, I added seeds of 16 different native prairie species (legumes, nonleguminous forbs, [C.
Two nonleguminous plants you can use are annual rye (1/2 lb.
These Rhizobium species were isolated from nonleguminous plants or other natural sources, and have shown high potential for nitrogen fixation, as well as presenting other desirable biological features for their use as biofertilizers.