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leguminous

of, relating to, or belonging to the Fabaceae (formerly Leguminosae), a family of flowering plants having pods (or legumes) as fruits and root nodules enabling storage of nitrogen-rich material: includes peas, beans, clover, gorse, acacia, and carob
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Studying the occurrence of these organisms in the soil, especially those that nodulate leguminous crops, is relevant for the succession of crops and as a strategy to recover degraded areas, particularly in soils of low natural fertility, such as that of the present study.
Saudi Arabia encompassed a number of leguminous tree species, amongst, which neither they possess nodulation ability nor unknown the associated nodule bacteria.
Thus, the objective of this study was to evaluate the decomposition rates and nutrient release of leguminous species as green manure in the Jaguaribe-Apodi region.
A cover crop of Mucuna bracteata, a leguminous plant, prevents soil erosion (protects water resources), stops weeds (reduces chemical spraying), and fixes nitrogen (increases soil fertility).
107 billion as exports of some items including rice basmati, fish and fish preparations, fruits and leguminous recorded negative growth in their exports.
162 million tons of grain and leguminous crops were harvested in Kazakhstan in 2014, which is 5.
Farm owner Dafydd Jones is growing different species of grass on his farm to investigate the benefits of leguminous leys.
The bean flower thrips, Megalurothrips usitatus (Bagnall) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae), which recently infested southern China, poses an economic threat to a wide range of leguminous plants (Fabales: Fabaceae), especially to snap bean, Phaseolus vulgaris L.
3) Declare invalid 4) Leguminous plant 5) The one that follows get they give kickstart.
Among their topics are the present status and prospects of salt stress and leguminous crops, an overview of the effect of pesticides on leguminous plants, microbial strategies for improving legume production in hostile environments, genetic and molecular responses of legumes in a changing environment, microRNA-mediated regulatory functions under abiotic stresses in legumes, and combating phosphorus deficiency on alkaline calcareous soils by the adsorption isotherm technique for legume crops in arid environments.
In 2011 and 2012, the European Union imposed SPS measures on leguminous vegetables, beans and seeds imported from Egypt, stating food safety, and protection of humans, animals, and plants from pests and diseases as the reason for implementing the SPS measures.
In this context, the development of a new approach for the protection of stored food stuff based on the use of the natural and edible food substances such as leguminous plants containing entomotoxic proteins would reduce considerably the environmental risks associated with the use of these phytosanitory materials for protection [18].