The pod (legume) of the Pea.
Treat legume seeds, such as peas and beans, with an innoculant before planting.
Most plants from the legume family have the ability to "fix" nitrogen, making them perfect choices for companion planting.
Each seed is contained in a separate cavity by the folding inwards of thewalls of the legume at equal intervals; the legume, when ripe,separates transversely into single-seeded portions.
- Lomentun or lomentaceous legume of a species of Desmodium.
The peanut isn't actually a nut - it is a legume.
The soil inoculant is the bacteria that legume roots incorporate to make their own nitrogen.
Urbana Laboratories manufacture and development of rhizobium inoculants for all legume crops.
Probably the first cultivated legume, sometimes linked with wheat and barley, which may have been domesticated at around the same time.
However, peas, like any other legume, contain substances that are not desirable for an infant formula.
White clover has been an important constituent of fodder since the 17th century and is the most important pasture legume in Britain.
legume crops in the UK with, between them, around 250,000 ha grown.
legume plant can recognize each other.
legume systems were 28 percent and 32 percent less.
Field beans and peas are the main grain legume crops in the UK with, between them, around 250,000 ha grown.
Crop and pasture legume suitability varied with soil type, so regional diversity was more readily apparent.
Hippocrepis comosa is a nitrogen-fixing legume and prefers soils that are deficient in nitrogen.
Also important for symbiotic nitrogen fixation is a specialized set of cytochromes required for respiration in the low oxygen concentration found in legume nodules.
rhizobium bacteria in the nodules fix atmospheric nitrogen and make it available to the legume plant.
rhizobium inoculants for all legume crops.
The legume symbiont, Sinorhizobium meliloti, is tremendously important for fixing nitrogen from the air into plant roots and the soil.
The Rhizobium group is studying the bacterial and legume genes involved in establishing and maintaining the symbiosis.
Rhizobium bacteria in the nodules fix atmospheric nitrogen and make it available to the legume plant.
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