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Briefly, a pair of newly emerged weevils was confined in a plastic container (100 mL) containing 45 g of untreated (control) or plant powder treated cowpea bean seeds.
Evaluation of the best combination of fertilizer and cowpea varieties in order to optimum nodulation and highest amount of nitrogen fixation in Ahwaz, Iran, was purpose of this study.
7) My preferred alternative to soybean for summer planting is the cowpea group (Vignus unguiculata subsp.
Cowpea cultivation is highly concentrated in the Sudan savannah, in Northern Nigeria [21], although in recent years, the production spread to southern states of the country and is now grown in the east and west of Nigeria [11,10].
It includes: Clover hay, alfalfa hay, cowpea hay, bran, oats, cottonseed meal, gluten meal, linseed meal and soybeans.
White bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan), cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.
The present study compares the effect of steam and solar heat treated cowpeas on oviposition, developmental period, sex ratio, food preference and control of C.
allows farmers to store cowpeas, ensuring a supply of clean cowpeas for consumption and sale for many months following their harvest.
Sun-dried cowpeas and amaranth leaves recipe improves P-carotene and retinol levels in serum and haemoglobin concentration among preschool children.
The legumes are European common beans, peas, chickpeas (garbanzo beans) faba (fava, broad) beans, cowpeas, lentils, pigionpeas, peanuts, the Asian vigna, grass peas, and horsegram.
The system reduces the amount of damage the weevils inflict on stored cowpeas.