field pea


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field′ pea`


n.
a variety of the common pea, Pisum sativum arvense, grown for forage and silage.
[1700–10]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.field pea - seed of the field pea plantfield pea - seed of the field pea plant    
legume - the fruit or seed of any of various bean or pea plants consisting of a case that splits along both sides when ripe and having the seeds attach to one side of the case
Austrian winter pea, field-pea plant, Pisum arvense, Pisum sativum arvense, field pea - variety of pea plant native to the Mediterranean region and North Africa and widely grown especially for forage
2.field pea - variety of pea plant native to the Mediterranean region and North Africa and widely grown especially for foragefield pea - variety of pea plant native to the Mediterranean region and North Africa and widely grown especially for forage
field pea - coarse small-seeded pea often used as food when young and tender
pea plant, pea - a leguminous plant of the genus Pisum with small white flowers and long green pods containing edible green seeds
field pea - seed of the field pea plant
3.field pea - coarse small-seeded pea often used as food when young and tender
pea - seed of a pea plant used for food
Austrian winter pea, field-pea plant, Pisum arvense, Pisum sativum arvense, field pea - variety of pea plant native to the Mediterranean region and North Africa and widely grown especially for forage
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Information could also be used to produce a forecasting system for DBM, similar to those already developed for crop diseases such as blackleg disease in canola and black spot disease in field pea.
Field pea and vetch green manures contributed substantial nitrogen to the system, adding over 150 pounds -- and in many cases over 200 pounds -- of nitrogen per acre from aboveground biomass (table 3).
Genotype x environment interaction and stability analysis of dry matter and seed yield in field pea (PisumsativumL.).Spain.
Exp-1 investigated the effect of the NI on soil [N.sub.2]O emissions and the growth, grain mineral nutrient concentration and N dynamics of spring-wheat following a legume (field pea).
Liu, "Investigation of relationships of yield, seed size, seed protein and starch content and development of varieties with improved protein content of field pea (Pisum sativum L.)," Canadian Journal of Plant Science, vol.
And in the European Union, there are currently only 60 registered varieties, as compared to 396 varieties of field pea.
During 2012-13, field pea (Pisum sativum L.) occupies an area of 0.76 million hectares with a production 0.84 million tonnes and productivity of 1100 kg/ha in our country.
Fungicidal control of powdery mildew in field pea. Canadian journal of plant science, 76: 933-935.
Field pea can be utilized in poultry diets as a source of protein and energy.
field pea of its kind--it also withstands the fungal disease pathogens that cause Fusarium wilt race 1 and powdery mildew.
Seven exploration trips for the collection of indigenous germplasm of alfalfa and food legumes like chickpea, faba bean, cowpea, lentil, field pea, mung bean and pigeon pea, and the medicinal legume fenugreek were undertaken from April 2008 to October 2009 in different Governorates of Oman with the support of the staff of Agriculture Development Centers of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries following standard method of collecting missions (IPGRI, 1995; Hay and Probert, 2011) from individual farmers, farmers-fields and stores, and Agriculture Development Centers with passport data and site descriptions including GPS data, electrical conductivity and pH of soil and water samples (Table 1).
graminearum isolates (5 dry bean, 3 field pea and 2 wheat), and seven F.