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Vamban 1, a new cowpea variety for Tamil Nadu



Vamban 1, a new cowpea variety for Tamil Nadu



Madras Agricultural Journal 84(5): 271-272



Vamban-1 cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) is a pure line selection from IT85-F2020. It matures in 55-65 days, is erect, with an average height of 25-30 cm. The average seed yield is 750 kg/ha under rainfed condition.

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