1. AccessAgriculture Training Video Legumes like cowpea or soya bean are a source of protein, essential to build children’s muscles. Legumes also have oil, which helps children to put on weight. Fruits and vegetables contain many vitamins and minerals that are important for the development of your...
  2. Soya is a legume with many good qualities, and it can be used to improve farming systems. It can also be processed into products that contriubte to the daily diet and to family income. This Agrodok is intended to help farmers and extension workers to make choices that will work well under local...
  3. This report provides a brief outline of the biology of yield with emphasis on the adaptability of major grain legume species. In doing so only broad principles have been discussed. An effort has been made to project different problems of major grain legumes and they have been given a comparative...
  4. This publication contains all scientific papers presented at, as well as the conclusion reached and the recommendation put forward by the Workshop.
  5. This publication represents the recommendations of the working group. It is hoped that what is proposed will be of interest and assistance to legume breeders, analysts, nutritionists, and all others directly concerned with the improvement and wider use of food legumes in human diets.
  6. This book deals mainly with the edible mature seeds of leguminous plants which belong to the family of Leguminosae. Included are chapters on the history of legumes, production and consumption, seed structure and composition, toxic constitutents in legumes, methods of processing and cooking...
  7. This book gives an account of the grain-legumes and their contribution to human diets and human nutrition, based on the available technical literature, including the most recent relevant studies. It also deals with measures to increase the production and consumption of this group of foods.
  8. This is one of a series of books prepared by the staff of the Food Policy and Nutrition Division on the subject of traditional food crops froom tropical areas. The series includes studies on the nutritional value, household processing and utilization of food plants growing in given ecological...
  9. The purpose of the workshop was to set a course for future research and development activities with perennial Sesbania species. The specific objectives of the workshop were to: assess the present state-of-the-art regarding the botany, natural history, biological nitrogen fixation, genetics, and...
  10. 1970-01-01 This book includes multiple authors writing on the group of grain crops (pulse) that are being planted in India.