field pea


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  • noun

Synonyms for field pea

variety of pea plant native to the Mediterranean region and North Africa and widely grown especially for forage

coarse small-seeded pea often used as food when young and tender

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05) SOC stocks than the field pea (S2), although not significantly greater than continuous wheat (SI).
Chemical composition of fresh and after ensiled field pea is given in Table 2.
culmorum, which were considered as major cereal pathogens (FHB complex), are also associated with field pea and dry bean root rots.
These terraces have been continuously cropped for decades without nutrient management attention; hence soil fertility depletion is among the major factors constraining field pea and crop production in general in this region [2].
Hulugalle NR, Entwistle PC, Cooper JL, Scott F, Nehl DB, Allen S J, Finlay LA (1999) Sowing wheat or field pea as rotation crops after irrigated cotton in a grey Vertosol.
Gerard thought the field pea so common that it didn't need description (1044).
1] N- fertiliser and supplementary irrigation; and wheat sown in 2008 into (4) medic stubble, (5) field pea stubble, and (6) canola stubble with 50 kg [ha.
At the same time leguminous crops such as field pea and green bean (Phaseoulus vulgate L.
Exceptions are fava beans (Vicia faba), which can be planted as early in the season as peas; and field pea (Pisum arvense), which, unlike its cousin the garden pea (Pisum sativum), can be grown (6) throughout the growing season.
Field Peas 2 Cans Pinto Beans 2 Cans Great Northern Beans 2 Cans Oil 2 tbl.
I had a pretty good recipe using corn, oats, barley, field peas, roasted soy, flax seed, fish meal and Fertrell Poultry vitamins.
Frozen snap beans can lose flavor and texture, but butter beans and field peas freeze very well.
This year, I've got oregano, chives, some sort of mint my Vietnamese friends gave me, and field peas.
increased Establishment Benefit values for field peas, canola and identity-preserved canola; and