Lablab


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Land and Water Australia (2006) Lablab fact sheet for Grain and Graze--May 2006.
90] values, efficacy of spinosad was the highest when cotton leaves were used in the bioassay, followed by castor bean, lablab, maize then okra leaves.
Abeke FO, Ogundipe SO, Oladele SB, Sekoni AA, Dafwang II, Adeyinka IA, Oni OO and BI Nwagu Effect of cooking duration of lablab (Lablab purpureus) on organ weights and blood parameters of pullet chicks.
I have some spare seeds of lablab, which is a very floriferous annual climber, so if you would like a few then send me a stamped addressed envelope -- 3 Andreas Miaoulis 7647 Mosfiloti.
Five co-ordinated work-packages were implemented: (1) background agricultural and environmental assessment of the highland catchment; (2) implementation and evaluation of modified and novel cropping systems for wheat, maize and soybeans in the catchment; (3) evaluation of the socio-economic impact of changed cropping practises; (4) comparative scientific evaluation of the soil and water conservation techniques used in association with maize and lablab bean (Lablab purpureus) production in the highlands of northern Thailand and (5) dissemination of project outcomes and establishment of training programmes for best practise in highland rural development.
The biochemical characterization of three varieties of Lablab purpureus (lablab beans) seed proteins have been reported by (Soetan and Fafunso, 2009) and this shows that the three varieties of lablab beans seed proteins studied has 12, 15 and 17 bands, representing the molecular weights ranging from 7,244 to 50,118 daltons.
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Two trials were conducted to evaluate pasture options, which included lucerne (Medicago sativa), burgundy bean (Macroptilium bracteatum), butterfly pea (Clitoria ternatea), vigna (Vigna unguiculata), and lablab (Lablab purpureus).
2008, "Effect of vermicompost and chemical fertilizer on growth and yield of hyacinth bean, Lablab purpureus (L.
3) MOSSY OAK BIOLOGIC's Lablab is a twining legume containing lots of protein and phosphorus, two key components to growing bigger antlers.
At Hallur, the stratigraphically lowest sample with Lablab also contained Pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum) a crop of West African origin (Fuller 2003c; Fuller et al.
Hyacinth bean, Dolichos lablab, is an attractive climbing bean with broad leaves and stems that twine to 10 feet or more.
The family must first demonstrate that it can provide for the cow; they build a hut to house the cow and its calf and they must also plant a creeping plant called lablab and elephant grass to cultivate for the cow's feed.