1. Nuts/seeds/herbs Edible parts -Seeds, Leaves, Flavouring, Spice, Pods, Vegetable, Oil, Caution A spreading bushy plant up to about 40 cm high. Leaves are made up of 2 pairs of leaflets arranged opposite each other.Flowers are produced in the axils of leaves. Two main kinds occur. They are often...
  2. Legumes Edible parts -Seeds, Leaves, Flavouring, Spice, Pods, Vegetable, Oil A spreading bushy plant up to about 40 cm high. Leaves are made up of 2 pairs of leaflets arranged opposite each other.Flowers are produced in the axils of leaves. Two main kinds occur. They are often called runner and...
  3. 20/9/2015 This book is designed as a simple introduction to the more common food plants of Bangladesh. It is hoped people will take greater pride and interest in these plants and become confident and informed about how to grow and use them. Many of the local food plants that occur in every country are very...
  4. Growables Origin Originally from South America, peanuts are grown in the warm climates of Asia, Africa, Australia, and North America. Peanuts are grown commercially in 13 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South...
  5. Arachis hypogaeais a globally important legume crop originating in South America. A low-growing, annual plant, depending on varietyA. hypogaeacan reach lengths of 70 cm. Leaves are opposite, pinnately compound, and leaflets are borne in opposing pairs (4 leaflets per leaf).A. hypogaealeaves are...
  6. Session :Peanut is the most widely grown legume in the world and has numerous nutritional, environmental and economic benefits. However, there are several challenges to increase productivity and control the potential of contamination from aflatoxin, a highly carcinogenic byproduct of a common...
  7. Abstract, Peanut Science, 2018 An indirect, passive, wooden dryer, with a galvanized steel panel (4.5 m2 ) and four wire mesh shelves (2.62 m2 each), was constructed in Kumasi, Ghana. The dryer was evaluated for its capacity in drying of freshly-harvested in-shell peanuts on a single layer (8.5...
  8. Abstract, Peanut Science, 2019 Peanut production in Zambia is often characterized by low yields and high aflatoxin incidence in harvested kernels. Soil amendments such as farmyard manure have shown potential to increase yields and reduce pre-harvest aflatoxin incidence. The aim of the current...
  9. Abstract,International Journal of Agronomy and Agricultural Research, 2018 The most appropriate planting method to use for optimum growth and yield of groundnuts (Arachis hypogaea) in Africa South of the Sahara (ASS) among those currently used is not known, as the methods are highly influenced by...
  10. The FIRST OBJECTIVE of a successful farmer is to produce a large amount of quality peanuts while keeping production costs as low as possible. The most successful peanut farmers manage their crops carefully. Peanut farmers may want to invest money in inputs like equipment, fertilizers, and...