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Bromatological characterization of grains and forages from the seasonal legumes Canavalia ensiformis, Lablab purpureus and Stizolobium niveum sown at the end of the rainy season



Bromatological characterization of grains and forages from the seasonal legumes Canavalia ensiformis, Lablab purpureus and Stizolobium niveum sown at the end of the rainy season



Cuban Journal of Agricultural Science 36(4): 395-401



This study was conducted to determine the bromatological characteristics of the legume species, Canavalia ensiformis (jackbean), Lablab purpureus (dolicho), and Stizolobium niveum (mucuna), for the production of forages, integral forages, and grains, when sown at the end of the rainy season. A split plot design with 4 replications was used. Structural components (whole plant, leaves, pods, stems, and grains) were considered in each production alternative.

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