from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A genus of leguminous plants, of the tribe Galegeæ and subtribe Robinieæ.

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  • n. any of various plants of the genus Sesbania having pinnate leaves and large showy pea-like flowers


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  • Of population problems, and feeding the world, and sesbania, a leguminous crop which could both hold back desertification, because it binds soil, and feed the starving, but for the fact that no one has studied its pollinators or their abundance or deficiency, or their habits, in sufficient detail. '

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  • For example, there were many more nematodes within 2.5 meters of a sesbania hedgerow in the Rwandan highlands than there were 5 meters from the row.

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  • Several varieties of sesban are recognized The botanical distinctions among sesbanias are often difficult for non-botanists to see, and sometimes sesban is confused with the annual types of sesbania

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  • Foliage of the tree legumes gliricidia, leucaena, and sesbania as a supplement to napier grass diets for growing goats.

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  • There are many permanent crops, you can plant on the contour bond, e.g. cash crops like coffee food crops like plantain, pineapple, sugar cane, paw paw fodder crops like guatemala grass green manure plants like tephrosia, pigeon pea, sesbania

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  • The planting of green manure crops on the contour bonds has the following advantages: you reinforce and enrich your contour bonds through the root system of the green manure crop (tephrosia, sesbania, etc.) the green manure plant can be left for seed production after the seed harvest, the green manure plant can be pruned and used as manure for the field between the contour bonds.

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  • Sesbania grandiflora sesbania fruits, flowers, leaves

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  • Feeding sesbania fodders to monogastric animals (such as chickens, rabbits, and pigs) is not recommended.

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  • The botanical distinctions among sesbanias are often difficult far non-botanists to see, and sometimes sesban is confused with the annual types of sesbania.

    Chapter 46

  • Avon has created a proprietary ingredient Activinol, which uses two phytochemicals amorphophallus and sesbania to produce more activin, which, thanks to the boost in collagen, will supposedly result in smoother, firmer skin.

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