Lathyrus sativus

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Synonyms for Lathyrus sativus

European annual grown for forage

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2011) Genetic improvement of grasspea for low neurotoxin (p-ODAP) content.
Grasspea is a grain legume grown on the Indian subcontinent, southern Europe, and northern Africa for forage and grain production for both livestock and human consumption (Chowdhury, 1988).
In parts of this region, grasspea yields of 5000 kg [ha.
Information pertaining to forage production and forage quality of lentil and grasspea in the southern Great Plains is limited.
The cultivars used were AC-Greenfix grasspea and Indianhead lentil.
The highest standing crop was recorded for grasspea on 75 DAS of 2001 (7763 kg [ha.
1993) during a 6-yr study in southern Canada, with grasspea producing significantly more standing crop than lentil.
Grasspea is a legume and is commonly grown in Bangladesh, China, Ethiopia, India, Nepal, and Pakistan.
Grasspea is rich in protein and the amino acid lysine.
Poor people know the effects of eating grasspea but live under such desperate conditions that they have no other option but to eat it," says Adel El-Beltagy, director general for ICARDA.
Effect of foliar spray of KNO3 and Ca (NO3)2 on grasspea (Lathyrus sativus L) grown in rice fallows.
There is excellent coverage of the diversity of clovers, medics, chickpeas, lentils, vetches, grasspea and chicklings, peas, lupins, and minor and under-utilized legumes that are native to the region.
Chapter 17 deals with the grain legumes: chickpea, faba bean, grasspea, lentil, lupins, and pea and the use of genetic diversity to improve the crops for food and feed.
2014) also reported 100% rooting from preconditioned explants in cowpea and grasspea respectively.