common bean

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Related to Common beans: Phaseolus vulgaris, turtle bean, Navy Beans
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Genetic diversity of common beans as determined using morphological markers.
The results from this study show that smallholder farmers can grow cowpeas, tepary beans and common beans as drought tolerant leguminous crops for food security.
2013) and is a serious post-harvest and field pest species of wild and cultivated common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.
Estimates of genetic parameters for iron, zinc, magnesium and phosphorus in common bean grains
Common beans, for example, can add up to 50 pounds per acre of nitrogen to the soil, but they require more than this to yield well.
Karubiu, "Effectiveness of rhizobia isolates from Njoro soils (Kenya) and commercial inoculants in nodulation of Common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris)" Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology, vol.
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.
Tuta absoluta feeds on various plants in the nightshade family such as potato, eggplant, pepper, common beans, and some related weeds, but the tomato is the most economically important crop in the region.
Because the soybean rust pathogen also infects common beans and other legumes, 16 lines of common dry beans were tested with 6 isolates of the soybean rust pathogen from Asia, Africa, and Latin America.