1. Abstract, 2012, International Journal of Agriculture and Forestry The economics of production and profitability of intercropped pigeonpea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp] genotypes with maize [Zea mays L.] and sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] were studied in two separate field experiments in 2007...
  2. 8/4/2016 Un informe de Roland Bunch referente a sus esfuerzos para promover abonos verdes y cultivos de cobertura en África.
  3. 5/4/2016 The mission of Semilla Nueva is to develop locally-led farmer education programs that increase the income, rebuild the soils, and improve the food security of Guatemala’s rural poor. This ECHOcommunity network member organization is using farmer-to-farmer training to empower farmers with the...
  4. 19/1/1991 Phosphorus deficiency is a major constraint to legume production in tropical and subtropical regions, particularly in acid soils. Responses of chickpea and pigeonpea to phosphorus in South Asia on predominantly neutral to alkaline soils, however, have been less than expected even when standard...
  5. 20/1/2021 El gandul (Cajanus cajan) es una leguminosa multiuso muy adecuada para la agricultura de secano en zonas cálidas y secas. Las plantas de gandules crecen como arbustos erguidos (1-4 m de altura) (Figura 2) que pueden vivir hasta cinco años, aunque el gandul usualmente se cultiva para uno o dos...
  6. Recurso clave 1/1/1990 I often tell folks that ECHO specializes in growing food under difficult conditions. The pigeon pea, Cajanus cajan, is a prime example of a tough but nutritious plant for just such cases. This article is directed toward two audiences. For some of you, pigeon pea is already an important crop. You...
  7. 1/1/1982 This publication contains the major aspects of pigeonpeas production. It has been prepared as part of a program to study Biological Nitrogen Fixation for Food Production in the Tropics.
  8. 19/1/1996 This publication lists the pathogens and locations where they are distributed for chickpeas and pigeonpeas.
  9. Pigeonpea,Cajanus cajan, is a perennial shrub in the family Fabaceae grown for its edible pods and seeds. Pigeonpea is a highly branched shrub with a woody base, slender stems and trifoliate leaves. The plant leaflets are oblong or elliptical in shape and the leaves are alternate and arranged...
  10. Pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan) is a tropical legume native to South Asia. Its high protein content and adaptability to arid environments have made it an important food crop across sub-Saharan Africa. Pigeon pea is a genetically diverse crop with several varieties that differ in time to maturity and...