More than soya alone
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CTA. 2003. More than soya alone. Spore 103. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Cultivation of soya and other legumes By R Nieuwenhuis & J Nieuwelink, Agromisa CTA, Agrodok 10, 2003. 88 pp. ISBN 90 77073 28 0 CTA number 1119. 5 Credit points
This revised edition of the Agrodok on soya (Glycine max) has been expanded to include other leguminous crops (peas, chickpeas, groundnuts, cowpeas). This makes the booklet relevant for areas where soya does not grow but other Leguminosae do. But as soya is one of the most versatile plants in the Leguminosae family, it remains the main focus of the booklet. The advantages of Leguminosae are not only in their nutritional value, but also their nitrogen-fixing properties. As a fertilising plant family, they are well suited for integration into mixed and rotational cropping systems. This handy booklet covers more than cultivation, with sections on processing beans, their place in the daily diet as milk, paste, dough or solid beans and various recipes. Enjoy your soya! Cultivation of soya and other legumes By R Nieuwenhuis & J Nieuwelink, Agromisa CTA, Agrodok 10, 2003. 88 pp. ISBN 90 77073 28 0 CTA number 1119. 5 Credit points