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- Vlachostergios, D. N.; Lithourgidis, A. S.; Dordas, C. A.
- Grass and forage science 2018 v.73 no.3 pp. 777-788
- Lathyrus cicera, etc ; Avena sativa; Triticum aestivum; biomass; continuous cropping; crude protein; dominant species; feeds; forage quality; forage yield; intercropping; interspecific competition; low input agriculture; nitrogen; oats; peas; wheat; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Red pea–cereal intercropping could provide animal feed with agronomic and economic advantages. The growth rate, forage yield, quality, interspecific competition and financial outcome of intercrops of red pea (Lathyrus cicera L.) with wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and oat (Avena sativa L.) in two different seeding ratios (60:40, 80:20) were estimated. Growth rate of species was lower in the intercro ...
- Gupta, Priyanka; Udupa, Sripada M.; Sen Gupta, Debjyoti; Kumar, Jitendra; Kumar, Shiv
- The crop journal 2018 v.6 no.4 pp. 435-442
- Lathyrus cicera, etc ; Lathyrus sativus; alleles; breeding programs; climate change; cluster analysis; expressed sequence tags; feeds; forage; genetic improvement; genotype; humans; leaves; loci; microsatellite repeats; neurotoxins; population structure; seeds; variance; Bangladesh; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Grass pea (Lathyrus sativus L.) is a crop that is considered one of the more resilient to climate change. With protein-rich seeds and leaves, it has strong potential as human food as well as animal feed and fodder. However, genetic improvement in this crop remains stagnant owing to the poor characterization of its genetic resources. In this study, we characterized 118 accessions of grass pea with ...