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  1. 1987-01-01 This volume on sesbania, a member of the legume family, brings together research and combines it with previous studies and an extensive review of the literature. Sesbania occurs both in annual and perennial forms in tropical an subtropical regions and is adaptable in a wide variety of soil...
  2. 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...
  3. 2001-01-20 ECHO now has seed of Sesbania sesban var nubica, cultivar "Mount Cotton".
  4. 2002-10-01 Almost all Sesbania inoculant is capable of forming both stem and root nodules in S. rostrata.
  5. 2002-04-20 A researcher in the Sri Lankan national agricultural research system began screening a number of green manure crops for biomass production and N-content. Sesbania rostrata stood out among the species that were screened (others included S. sesban, S. aculeata, Crotalaria juncea and C. caricia).