(2006), and was significantly higher than that reported for Cajanus cajan, Crotalaria juncea and Dolichos lablab, which showed the lowest levels.
The K content in the biomass of Dolichos lablab was significantly higher than in the other legumes, followed by Crotalaria spectabilis and Canavalia ensiformes, which differed from Cajanus cajan and Crotalaria juncea (Table 1).
Regarding the order of N release from residues, it was found, in decreasing order: Crotalaria spectabilis > Canavalia ensiformes > Crotalaria juncea > Cajanus cajan > Dolichos lablab > Mucuna deeringiana (Table 3).
As leguminosas utilizadas foram: crotalaria juncea (Crotalaria juncea L.), crotalaria espectabilis (Crotalaria spectabilis), feijao guandu anao (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp), feijao guandu arboreo (Cajanus cajan), labe-labe (Dolichos lablab
), feijao-de-porco (Canavalia ensiformis) e mucuna-preta (Mucuna aterrima).
paste with fruits of Terminalia chebula, fruits of Terminalia belerica, wood fron Santalum album, leaves of Abrus precatorius, and leaves of Andrographis paniculata, dried, powdered and made into pills the size of beans (seeds of Dolichos lablab
Nutrient composition and antinutritional factors of Dolichos lablab
In order to obtain a wide range of C and N additions by plant residues and maize yield, 7 cropping systems were selected (winter/summer cropping system species): fallow/maize (Zea mays L.) (F/M), black oat (Avena strigosa Schreb)/maize (O/M), black oat + vetch (Vigna sativa L.)/maize (OV/M), lablab (Dolichos lablab
) + maize (L + M), black oat + vetch/maize + cowpea (Vigna unguiculata [L.] Walp.) (OV/MC), pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan L.
Como abono verde se utilizo el frijol dolichos Lablab
purpureus en dos condiciones (cono sin incorporacion) y se consideraron dos fechas de muestreo.
Hyacinth bean vine (Dolichos lablab
), a prolific bloomer, covers this tepee formed by bamboo poles.
The adopted green manure was jack bean (Canavalia ensiformis DC), lablab (Dolichos lablab
L.), pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan L.
Lightweight vines, such as hyacinth bean (Dolichos lablab
) or climbing nasturtium, could be substituted for sweet peas in a similar scenario.