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faba beans

see viciafaba.
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Legume treatments included field pea (Pisum sativum), chickpea (Cicer arietinum), lupin (Lupinus angustifolius), faba bean (Vicia faba), lentil (Lens culinaris) and vetch (Vicia sativa).
2001) also reported that inoculation with PGPR significantly enhance nodulation by native Rhizobia in chickpea and faba bean.
Without faba beans - one of the most effective nitrogen fixers - to perform this function on their farms, Yeshewalul and his neighbours were forced to leave their land fallow in order to maintain soil fertility for barley production.
Four winter-hardy faba bean germplasm lines developed by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists and their collaborators are now available for further development.
Chemical composition of raw, cooked and germinated faba beans.
In Mediterranean environments, faba beans and lupin seeds are potential alternative to soybean meal in organic breeding systems (Masoero et al.
One of our recent studies showed that bee pollination of faba beans can lead to a productivity increase of 17%," said CSIRO science leader Paulo de Souza, who leads the swarm sensing project, "Around one-third of the food we eat relies on pollination, but honey bee populations around the world are crashing because of the Varroa mite and colony collapse disorder.
Descriptor List Pulses; Lupines, Peas and Faba Beans, p: 8.
Today, the UK is one the world's leading producers and exporters of faba beans and marrowfat peas, as well as the world's biggest importers of white beans which are manufactured into iconic Baked Beans in tomato sauce.
Similar results have been obtained [25] where they observed a significant improvement in IVPD of faba beans after a mild heat treatment.