Research Notes : India : Effects of sowing date and decapitation on green soybeans

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1984-04-01
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Sarmah, S.
Choudhury, A.
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Green soybean as fresh vegetable is gaining popularity in many of the soybean-producing countries of the world. Soybean as vegetable can be grown easily during rainy season because final product is harvested as immature green seed (Shanmugasundaram et al., 1982). Decapitating at 4-5 trifoliolate leaves has been found to increase the yield by 14 to 22% (Tin, 1982).

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