field bean

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Related to field bean: Vicia faba, fava bean, Runner beans
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Noun1.field bean - Old World upright plant grown especially for its large flat edible seeds but also as fodderfield bean - Old World upright plant grown especially for its large flat edible seeds but also as fodder
horse bean, broad bean - a bean plant cultivated for use animal fodder
shell bean, shell bean plant - a bean plant grown primarily for its edible seed rather than its pod
genus Vicia, Vicia - widely distributed genus of annual or perennial and often climbing herbs
broad bean, fava bean, horsebean - seed of the broad-bean plant
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Soil samples were collected at the end of the monsoon season (October) from the rhizosphere of numerous crops such as chilli, sunflower, redgram, groundnut, field bean, beans, greengram, egg plant, tomato, sunhemp, and cotton at a soil depth of 15-20 cm from the farms of UAS campus, Raichur (Karnataka) and surrounding farmers fields and also from farms of Dharwad and IIHR, Bangalore.
(1997) conducted field trails to clarify the effect of plant density on intercropped wheat and field bean and observed that weed biomass in intercrop was significantly reduced when seeding density of wheat and field bean was increased.
"The farm mill their own feed comprising different ratios of corn, soya bean, red field bean plus minerals such as calcium and all ingredients originate 20km from the farm.
A significant reduction of liver protein was found in growing male rats with the anti-nutritive effect caused by the raw field bean (V.
The roadshows will cover a range of topics from keeping up with the global demand for protein to pea and field bean options and agronomy and fungicide options.
The effect of harvest date and inoculation on the yield, fermentation characteristics and feeding value of forage pea and field bean silage.
Tukaram 2445 6685 4240 Source: Field study Note: (a) = Jowar, (b) = Greengram, (c) = Blackgram; (d) = Niger, * = Bajra; (+) = Field bean Table 3 Economics of Conventional Farmers (control plots) in Redgram Name Area Yeild in Plant of the in ha.
The studies focus on specialized topics: weed control, herbicides, and rigid ryegrass in Western Australia; issues associated with doing small, single discipline satellite experiments in crop rotation; profitable rotation management and computational procedures for identifying them; a multi-year, cereal-based rotation trial in northern Syria's rainfed semi-arid zone; peanut growing areas in Texas; performances of winter wheat, sugar beet, and field bean crops in the Mediterranean; poplar biomass as renewable energy raw material; a paddy rice system in southern China; and the costs of conversion of native grassland to cropland in the US, a report from the US Government Accountability Office.
A field investigation was conducted in Swaziland to determine the most beneficial plant population size of field bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) that could be associated with a constant density of sweetpotato [Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.].
In 15 patent claims, Proctor says he complied with patenting requirements by creating a "new, useful and non-obvious" product, producing a field bean variety with a yellow seed coat that falls within defined points of a color card similar to that used by interior decorators.
Field bean is susceptible to a variety of diseases caused by fungi, bacteria, viruses and nematodes.