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  • n. a genus of chiefly tropical American vines of the family Leguminosae having trifoliate leaves and large flowers


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  • Skerman (1977) reports that flemingia with centrosema was selected as the most promising for mixing with grasses for temporary pastures on arable land in Ghana, and that in Malaysia it is used to support creeping legumes.

    Chapter 10

  • Growing well-designed windbreaks and ground cover crops like centrosema and lablab bean will reduce dust.

    Chapter 7

  • Panicum, brachiaria and centrosema (mixed culture) 0.50 ha

    3. The agricultural setting

  • The cover may be legumes (pueraria, centrosema, crotalaria, mucuna) or grasses.

    1.1. Forests


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