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To evaluate the effect of varying populations of two local cowpea varieties of contrasting growth habits on green manure production
Rating the perspectives of experts on the factors affecting the use of green manure in urban green space The results of the findings show that the most important factors affecting the use of green manure in urban green space are the prevention of the hardening of arable soil, the maintenance of long-term productivity, and the prevention of environmental pollution and gradual degradation of soil quality, with change coefficients of 0.198, 0.200 and 0.202, respectively.
Green manure treatments--Treatment 1: Jack Bean (JB); Treatment 2: Pigeon Pea (PP); and Treatment 3: Lablab (LL)--were sown on six rows spaced 50cm apart from the orange tree crown projection.
It is adapted to a wide range of soils from sandy to heavy, moderately tolerant of drought and reported to have the potential of contributing as high as 80 kg/ha of nitrogen to a subsequent crop when used as green manure (Whitbread and Lawrence, 2006).
Recently, experimental studies have applied the isotopic technique to measure BNF in other legumes such as woody forage and wild species that are used as green manure, cover crops, and for conservation and improvement of soil (Farias Rodriguez and Pena-Cabriales, 2000).
This study aimed to evaluate the production performance of lettuce subjected to mineral fertilization and green manure, especially with leguminous species.
Contribution of green manure legumes to nitrogen dynamics intraditional winter wheat cropping system in the Loess Plateau of China.
Because it nourishes the soil without first passing through the intestines of a cow or other animal, a cover crop is often referred to as "green manure."
One month later, the green manure species were sowed in two rows, 0.25 m apart, between each ridge, at a density of 10 plants per linear meter of row.
Dairy manure was used by one-time application to amend infertile mudflat saline soil and to support growth of green manure at the first season.