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- Becker, M.; Ladha, J.K.
- Biology and fertility of soils 1996 v.23 no.3 pp. 243-248
- interspecific variation; Mollisols; rice soils; nitrogen content; Entisols; Ultisols; nitrogen fixation; submergence; rice; chemical constituents of plants; Aeschynomene; green manures; Sesbania; drought; flooded conditions; soil fertility; photoperiod; Inceptisols; lowlands
- ... Poor adoption of sustainable pre-rice green manure technology by lowland farmers is frequently associated with unreliable legume performance under adverse environmental conditions such as marginal soils, short photoperiod, and unfavorable hydrology. A series of field and microplot experiments were conducted at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) in 1991 and 1992 to screen and evaluate ...
- Kelly Simões; Jiang Du; Fernanda S. Kretzschmar; Corey D. Broeckling; Frank S. Stermitz; Jorge M. Vivanco; Marcia R. Braga
- Journal of chemical ecology 2008 v.34 no.5 pp. 681-687
- Sesbania; weeds; seeds; leachates; chemical constituents of plants; catechin; quercetin; phytotoxins; allelochemicals; allelopathy; Arabidopsis thaliana; Oryza sativa; rice; plant growth
- ... Sesbania virgata (Cav.) Pers (wand riverhemp) is a fast-growing tropical legume species that has been used for revegetation of riparian forests and rehabilitation of degraded areas and that exhibits an invasive behavior in certain regions of Brazil. Preliminary studies have shown that seed leachates inhibit the germination and development of seedlings of some crop species. In this study, we report ...
- Ephraim, E.; Odenyo, A.; Ashenafi, M.
- World journal of microbiology & biotechnology 2005 v.21 no.6-7 pp. 803-809
- gallic acid; rumen; Leucaena pallida; sheep; goats; Sesbania; feces; tannins; Camelus dromedarius; wild animals; hydrolysis; chemical constituents of plants; Ethiopia