grass pea

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Noun1.grass pea - European annual grown for forage; seeds used for food in India and for stock elsewhere
genus Lathyrus, Lathyrus - genus of climbing herbs of Old World and temperate North and South America: vetchling; wild pea
vetchling - any of various small plants of the genus Lathyrus; climb usually by means of tendrils
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Mustard, lentil and grass pea can be attacked by fungus during severe cold, tomatoes and potato may be affected by late blight diseases, battle leaf may fall and mango flower may get damaged during a cold wave.
A wild lentil plant from Cyprus, as well as wild relatives of the grass pea and fava bean are among more than 70,000 seeds which have recently been sent from the UK's Millennium Seed Bank to Lebanon.
There is need for accelerated breeding of low or zero ODAP cultivars to ensure safer and wider use of grass pea through conventional and biotechnological approaches.
International Scholarly Research Notices has retracted the article titled "Growth Responses and Leaf Antioxidant Metabolism of Grass Pea (Lathyrus sativus L.
The pea family, specifically the grass pea (Lathyrus sativus), is also a source of poisonous compounds such as the neurotoxin ODAP, which is responsible for lathyrism, a neurological disease.
The Trust is now providing in-perpetuity funding to 17 major food crops: rice, cassava, wheat, barley, faba bean, pearl millet, maize, forages, banana edible avoids, grass pea, sorghum, yam, chick pea and lentil.
The major pulse crops grown in the country are chickpea, lentil, pea, black gram, green gram, mung bean, mash bean, kidney bean, faba bean, pigeon pea, cowpea and grass pea.
Chapter by chapter, he describes the glass ceiling which prevents further development of papaya, oil palms, rice, tef, buckwheat, sorghum, oilseed rape, safflower, fonio millet and pearl millet, grass pea, yam, tomato, olives, and--the only horticultural crop highlighted--orchids.