1. 01/01/2007 This paper describes a project was initiated to test new soybeans breeding lines. These lines were evaluated to determine performance, and farmer acceptance. Proceedings of the Second National Soybean Stakeholders Workshop
  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. 05/01/1969 This gives an overview of the history of soybeans in Florida with information on growing and using the soybeans for animal feed. 120 pages, illustrations, photos
  4. 01/01/2007 This working document constitutes one study in a series of agro-industry characterizations and appraisals being carried by the Agricultural Management, Marketing and Finance Service. The purpose of these studies is to improve understanding of the dynamics that have led certain indsutries to grow...
  5. 01/01/1987 Soybean has great potential, even for small farmers with limited resources, to fit into the rice-based cropping systems that dominate so much of the agricultural area in the tropics. 213 pages, illustrations
  6. 19/01/1987 This booklet covers an integrated weed management programs that utilizes all weed control tools in a planned strategy to develop a specific management program for each field.
  7. 01/01/1970 Pulses constitute a group of crops of the legume family which, with the helpof the bacteria in their root nodules, fix atmospheric nitrogen and improve the soil fertility. This book includes multiple authors writing on the group of grain crops (pulse) that are being planted in India.Pulse Crops...
  8. Legumes Edible parts -Seeds, Leaves, Spice, Vegetable A small erect bean up to 60 cm tall. It grows each year from seed. Straggling kinds can occur. Stems, leaves and pods aresoftly hairy. The leaves have 3 leaflets. The leaflets have stalks. Flowers are small and white or blue. They occur in...
  9. The reports presented in this publication review the progress of soybean research in seven Asian countries and four International Agricultural Research Centers. The major problem areas and difficultires involved in solving them are also presented by the authors.
  10. 01/01/1984 This volume consists of full length manuscripts of 159 of the 165 invited papers presented at World Soybean Research Conference III that was held in the Scheman Continuing Education Building at Iowa State University.