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  1. 2006-10-20 Grains usually produced in ASAL areas are sorghum and the millets. One of the best options for a legume is the green gram or mung bean.
  2. 1982-03-01 This bulletin describes the agronomic, econoic and nutritional aspects of the mungbean.
  3. AccessAgriculture Training Video Coating seed with good microbes and organic fertilizer protects crops from diseases and gives them a healthy start. You can also prepare your own organic solution with cow dung, cow urine, lime, cow milk or yoghurt and water. Available languages Arabic Ateso...
  4. AccessAgriculture Training Video Green gram or mung bean seed and grains need special care during harvesting and storage. Coat the seed with vegetable oil and store them in an earthen pot. Add neem leaves and dry red chillies. Cover the pot with a cotton cloth and a wire mesh to keep out rodents....
  5. This publication discusses all aspects of growing mung beans from climate, cultural management, weed control, pests and disease to harvesting and storage.
  6. 1997-01-01 The workshop held focused on gathering information on current improved technology and practices and potential technologies, specifically related to MYMV resistance and improved cultural practices available for evaluation, so that a network approach could be developed, and detailed activities...