Vicia sativa

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Noun1.Vicia sativa - herbaceous climbing plant valuable as fodder and for soil-buildingVicia sativa - herbaceous climbing plant valuable as fodder and for soil-building
vetch - any of various climbing plants of the genus Vicia having pinnately compound leaves that terminate in tendrils and small variously colored flowers; includes valuable forage and soil-building plants
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Treatments consisted of different soil management in the winter, with hand weeding and mechanical mowing of weeds in the entire plot, or the planting of eight species of winter cover crops (white clover, red clover, common vetch, turnip, corn spurrey, black oat, rye, and ryegrass), arranged in randomized complete block design with four replications.
Forage yields and quality of common vetch and oat sown at varying seeding ratios and seeding rates of vetch.
2003) concluded that cultivation of oat, common vetch and oil seed radish was more efficient than single crops since it combined the high biomass production capacity of black oat and oil seed radish with the ability of common vetch to fix atmospheric [N.
Thus, the aim of this study was to verify possible interferences related to the amount of crop residues produced by black oat and also by the consortium of black oat, common vetch, and forage turnip concerning seedling emergence, plant height and soybean productivity, besides quality of the harvested seeds.
The significant positive correlation between seed yield and number pods confirmed the results, obtained by Ibrahim [18], Kambal [11], Nigem el al [14], Berhe et al [5], and Ulukran [20] in faba been; Siddique et al [17] in narbon bean and Cakmakie [6] in common vetch.
Common vetch (Vicia sativa) seed has been used in animal feeds as an alternative source of protein in poultry diets (Darre et al.
Caballero R, Goicoechea EL and PJ Hernaiz Forage yields and quality of common vetch and oat sown at varying seeding ratios and seeding rates of common vetch.
Common vetch (Vicia sativa) is the most vigorous of the vetches and grows on a wide range of soils.
Defoliation of the common vetch, Vicia sativa, significantly reduces the number of fruit and seeds, as well as total seed mass and individual seed mass (Koptur et al.
a traditional system used by the region farmers; a binary mixture of black oat + common vetch (Vicia sativa L.