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any of various climbing plants of the genus Vicia having pinnately compound leaves that terminate in tendrils and small variously colored flowers

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Fuller A Vetch, or Vicia sativa, is a member of the legume family and is sometimes planted in vegetable plots as a green manure - its roots have nitrogen fixing properties so can enrich a soil depleted of the element.
Robert Vetch replaces Simon Barrett, who left Hamilton in December 2018 to pursue another opportunity.
Reporting to CEO Dermot O'Donohoe, Vetch succeeds Simon Barrett who left Hamilton in December 2018 to pursue another opportunity.
Cutler would go on to play a huge part in Swansea's dramatic last-day survival win over Hull City at the Vetch in 2003, keeping them in the Football League.
"I overhead a conversation where the PennDOT couldn't get anyone to grow crown vetch," notes Ernst.
The overall results in Table III denoted that DM yield in rye vetch mixture with 100 kg manure was higher (P0.05) with that of 150 kg N/ha.
For it was at the Vetch that he made his international debut in the green of Northern Ireland in 1964, aged just 17.
She said the Butterfly Conservation had followed up NIEA's discovery with a further visit to the site, specifically to survey the extent of Kidney Vetch, the caterpillar's sole food plant, and to hunt for Small Blue eggs laid on the flower heads."
In general, Chinese milkvetch (Astragalus sinicus) or hairy vetch (Vicia villosa), as leguminous cover crops, and rye (Secale cerealis) or barley (Hordeum vulgare) as non-leguminous cover crops, are cultivated in paddy soils (Kim et al.
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Oat (Avena sativa L.) and grazing vetch (Vicia dasycarpa L.) were identified as best bet cover crops in the central Eastern Cape, South Africa, but information on biomass yield, residue decomposition and soil fertility contribution was lacking.
2) Those that survive winter cold and resume growth in spring (such as field peas, winter rye and hairy vetch).
2--Hand weeding weeds in both 35-25 and 65-55 days after germination of vetch
The objective of this work was to assess the yield of mass and nutritive levels of winter forage species, using pastures of lopsided oat (Avena strigosa) and common oat (Avena sativa) intercropped with ryegrass (Lolium multijkrum) and vetch (Vicia sativa L).
This study was carried out during growing seasons of 2001 and 2002 in Eskisehir to investigate the possibility of growing various vetch species in mixture with cereal crops in fallow areas of Eskisehir.