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The lack of information about the effects of salinity on germination of algerian cowpea prompted us to study the salt tolerance levels of five populations (EK1, TZ7, A17, B23 and IS13) of cowpea Vigna unguiculata (L.
The iron and zinc retention were high for the cultivars of common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) and cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata), indicating that all cooking methods applied (with/without soaking in water) preserved this micronutrient.
After efforts under the initial PICS program, begun in 2007, on using the technology to store cowpeas, a second phase involved research into how the bags could be used to store other crops, such as maize.
Plant cowpeas in thoroughly warmed soil a week or two after your recommended date for planting sweet corn.
Nutrient content of cowpea seed as revealed through a study is as follows; Protein- 24.
Cowpeas treated with the orange peel oil and powder have been reported to deter Callosobruchus maculatus feeding, resulting to poor development and death (Don Pedro, 1985).
Muscat, July 8 (ONA) The Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) has granted the PhD degree to Saif bin Ali al-Khamisi on how to make use of a tripartite treated wastewater for growing seasonal crops, such as wheat, maize and cowpeas in the Governorate of Al Batinah.
It has been traditional for southern farmers to plant cowpeas (also called field peas) as a late summer field crop.
Influence of duration of infestation by cowpea aphid (Aphididae) on growth and yield of resistant and susceptible cowpeas.
Since the water level has fallen, however, the lake's newly revealed shoreline has become the region's breadbasket, the inhabitants making use of the moist, fertile soil to plant highly productive--and potentially lucrative--crops such as corn, cowpeas, rice and sorghum, which grow without the need for irrigation or fertiliser.