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3945 Intercropping mung beans and rice. ***Explanation***

3945 Intercropping mung beans and rice. ***Explanation***

Intercropping mung beans with rice serves two purposes. The mung bean is a valuable source of protein and when grown on the path that divides the rice paddies it controls erosion because the mung bean has an extensive root system that binds the soil. The grass that grows on the divide will also be cut and fed to fish and livestock. The grass is not fed to pigs as pigs require most plant matter to be cooked due to their digestive system.


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Joseph Espiritu 18-Sep-2008 01:22
Can u help me with my IP using mung beans?
behzad miri 24-Jul-2008 07:26
if it is avalabel for you pleas sen to me the paper of this subject(intercropping mung.........)
thanks
Ali nakhzari moghaddam 17-Dec-2006 05:37
I need your papers about intercropping of (corn and green or black gram) or other papers in this field. can you help me?
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