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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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Mr Roberts said the growth of the field pea industry in WA in the early 2000s was in no small way due to Mr Seymours understanding of the gaps in knowledge about varieties and agronomy and working to resolve these.
But by spring, the field peas and oats will be dead and easy to scratch into the soil.
The Allens products being recalled are Allens Cut Green Beans with the UPC code 0 34700 01224 4, Allens Field Peas with Snaps with the UPC code 0 34700 63214 8 and Allens Cracker Barrel Label with the UPC code 0 34700 01224 7.
In the first year of tests, vetch and field pea cover crops added sufficient nitrogen through the potato growing season to produce similar yields compared to potatoes fertilized with amendments or with urea.
Field pea can be utilized in poultry diets as a source of protein and energy.
Indeed, that there was a response to field peas in LRI, and not in SCRIME, may be because the cereal crops in LRI were poorly supplied with N compared with those in SCRIME; no nitrogenous fertiliser was applied in LRI as opposed to small (35 kg N [ha.
Zinc and iron went down significantly in wheat, rice, field peas and soybeans.
Wheat, rice, soya beans and field peas all suffered significant losses of zinc and iron in experiments which exposed them to higher concentrations of the greenhouse gas.
unguiculata) (64) followed by faba bean or broad bean (Vicia faba) (41), field peas (Pisum sativum) (27), mung bean (Vigna aureus) (25), chickpea (Cicer arietinum) (13), lentil (Lens culinaris) (11) and pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan) (6).
Burcon NutraScience Corporation, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, has signed material transfer agreements (MTAs) with a variety of parties interested in Peazazz, the company's protein product derived from field peas.
The choice of constraints was primarily tied to the production of canola which can only be grown on the same plot of land every 4 years to avoid Sclerotinia a fungal disease that remains in the soil for up to 4 years and can affect canola, field peas, and lentils.
Today, specialty crops such as field peas are starting to garner the most attention from hungry mallards and pintails looking to fatten up.
culmorum, known cereal pathogensassociated with Fusarium Head Blight (FHB), are causing root rots in field peas and dry beans.
The scope of their inspections was expanded to produce such as lettuce, green onions, cucumbers, tomatoes, Chinese chives, asparagus, field peas and green soybeans.
or dried peas (from field peas that are less sweet)--know that they are plump with vitamins A,C, K.