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legume

  • a leguminous plant, especially one grown as a crop
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In the Northeast, pasture typically contains a grass species plus a legume, like clover, according to ARS agronomist Matt Sanderson.

Not only can we produce our own nitrogen by growing legumes, but we can actually rebuild the health of our soils.

If you’re going to enrich your diet with fresh fruits, vegetables and legumes, look for organic varieties to avoid produce that’s coated with chemicals.

Buckwheat, mustard, rape, or fast-growing legumes, such as vetches or crimson clover, can be used.

Grasses and legumes can provide cover for ground nesting birds - especially if the area is not mowed during the nesting season.

This can cause difficulty for forage producers who have increased their use of mixtures of grasses and legumes, especially with alfalfa.

Olives, vegetables, legumes, potatoes, rice, unsweetened fruits and gluten-free products are allowed.

Vance’s focus is on improving biological nitrogen fixation for alfalfa and other legumes as well as improving how plants acquire more phosphorus from the soil.

Vegetarian patients with wounds will need to have their menus revised to incorporate a variety of nuts, grains, legumes, fruits, vegetables, and beverages.

In legumes, net pod photosynthesis is generally lower and, in chickpea, rates are generally less than 5% of that in the subtending leaf.

Look for options that contain legumes or soy protein.

Try to get as much fiber as you can from bodybuilding foods such as oatmeal, brown rice, whole-grain breads, vegetables, legumes and fruit.

He’s also seeded pastures with legumes like alfalfa and red and white clovers.

We are aware of no such studies of wild legumes growing in uncultivated soils.

Increase exercise, fruits, whole grains, legumes, vegetables, spices such as black pepper, turmeric and ginger.

Other crop plants like peppers, cowpeas, clovers, legumes, and many others will be studied in the future.

To control nematodes, rotate crops with grasses or legumes, and maintain a high level of soil organic matter.

Fibre present in vegetables, fruits, legumes and fenugreek seeds is soluble in nature and more effective in controlling blood sugar and serum lipids.

It is one of the few legumes with more protein than carbohydrate.

Follow a meal plan that includes a variety of low-fat foods, emphasizing fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes.

Dark, leafy green vegetables, beans and legumes are helpful.

Foods high in dietary fibre may include whole grains, legumes, vegetables, and fruits.

Good sources of fiber include fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains and whole-grain products.

At about 17 grams of fiber per cup, beans, lentils and legumes also are high in protein and rich in complex carbohydrates, which helps keep hunger at bay.

Since these two cover crops are legumes, they form a symbiosis with specialized soil bacteria called rhizobia.

These foods include soybeans, other types of legumes, clover, alfalfa, whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and rye.

In many legumes, seeds are arranged linearly within the pod, making it relatively simple to study the effect of position of the ovule on seed abortion and seed set.

Perennial grasses or legumes should be planted by now.

Apart from sugar and soybeans we also grow other legumes and sunflowers, a source for cooking oil.

The most common legumes are alfalfa, red clover and birdsfoot trefoil.