Definitions

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  • n. Alternative form of mung bean.

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Examples

  • Intercropping peanut with sugarcane or other annual crops such as mungbean, soybean or upland rice is highly profitable.

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  • Bottom layer: Pad Thai with prawns, mungbean sprouts and cabbage, salad leaf and spring onion decoration.

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  • It is used mainly with soybean, rice, maize, and mungbean.

    Chapter 23

  • Phaneolus aureus (mungbean, munggo) 80-120 days growth period fairly tolerant to drought; cannot stand waterlogging grows on a wide range of soil types tolerant of alkaline and saline conditions well-adapted to clay soils, but for optimum results a deep loamy soil is required.

    Chapter 4

  • Phaseolus aureus (mungbean) corn, sorghum (Andropogon sorghum)

    Chapter 6

  • Peanut, mungbean or cowpea can be planted as intercrop.

    Chapter 9

  • Mean yields of unfertilized rice after FYM, fallow, and mungbean were intermediate, decreasing in that order.

    1. Soil constraints on sustainable plant production in the tropics.

  • The leguminous residues of dual purpose crops such as cowpea, soybean, mungbean, bush sitao and batao have protein content of about 12 percent or more.

    Chapter 19

  • Soil organic C and total N after wet season rice in 1985 were higher when Sesbania and FYM preceded rice compared with maize fodder, mungbean or fallow.

    1. Soil constraints on sustainable plant production in the tropics.

  • Although mungbean, moth bean and clusterbean are widely cultivated in these parts, there seems to be little knowledge regarding the effects of phosphate fertilization on these legumes and succeeding cereal crops.

    1. Soil constraints on sustainable plant production in the tropics.

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