fava bean

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shell beans cooked as lima beans


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Guinea fowl broilers were fed two experimental diets, a wheat middling-SBM (control) and wheat middling-micronized-dehulled faba bean meal, for 84 d.
In the intercrop treatment, snow pea and faba bean were planted in alternating rows.
Makker HPS, Becker K, Abel H and E Pawelzik Nutrient contents, rumen protein digestibility and antinutritional factors in some colour and white flowering cultivars of Vicia faba beans.
Application of both P and Zn in general resulted in increased grain yield for various crop species including wheat, chickpea, harley, canola, and faba bean in both low and high subsoil CI sites (data not shown).
With chickpea and faba bean, cumulative respiration was highest in Monarto soil, whereas with white lupin residues, it was highest in Mt Bold soil.
In the Chromosol, where the faba bean pulse crop provided a potential source of N through [N.
82 [Angstrom] were attributed to the presence of sylvite (KCl) and indicated sylvite in biochars from straws of wheat, rice, corn, soybean, peanut, faba bean, and pea.
The major pulse crops grown in the country are chickpea, lentil, pea, black gram, green gram, mung bean, mash bean, kidney bean, faba bean, pigeon pea, cowpea and grass pea.
The aim of our study was to compare in vivo performance and carcass and meat traits of Ischia grey rabbits raised with three different techniques: in cages fed a commercial concentrate; in cages fed grasses collected on the island, crushed faba bean with mineral vitamin supplementation; in pits fed grasses, faba bean and mineral vitamin.
is the most commonly sown rotation crop in cotton-based farming systems, although various leguminous crops such as faba bean (Vicia faba L.
The presence of tannins has been shown to reduce the nutritive value of various grain crops such as sorghum and faba bean, due to their ability to form complexes with both proteins and digestive enzymes.
The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of salinity (NaCl) on growth parameters, the activity of some key antioxidant enzymes and protein content during germination of Faba bean plant and the influence of Nigella sativa-treatment which may improve the salt tolerance of faba bean grown under different levels of NaCl.