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Variation in protein and nitrate content of vegetative growth of winged beans



Variation in protein and nitrate content of vegetative growth of winged beans



Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 11(12): 1195-1201



Winged bean Psophocarpus tetragonolobus (68 accessions) and P. scandens (3 accessions) were evaluated at Homestead, Florida for potential use as a forage crop. CP content of 2nd yr vegetative growth was 11-32% (av. 22%) and nitrate content was 0.01-1.02%. Excessive growth was detrimental to sorghum seed set, but low vigour bean plants observed in the trial could be selected to produce a high protein mixed forage crop.

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DOI: 10.1080/00103628009367116


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