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

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

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

The 68 winged bean (P. tetragonolobus) accessions evaluated showed considerable variability in protein and nitrate percentage and vigor of 2nd-yr vegetative growth. Protein content of vegetative growth ranged 11-32% with a mean of 22%. Nitrate content ranged 0.01-1.02%. The 3 P. scandens accessions evaluated tended to have about the same protein percentage, lower nitrate percentage and greater vegetative growth than P. tetragonolobus.

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