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cowpea grain contains about 25 percent protein and 64 percent carbohydrate Bresanni R 1985 Even the goats and the cattle benefit from cowpea this genuinely african crop for the hay left over after the grain is harvested as a high value nutritious forage A BIOTECH 2002

Cowpea Vigna unguiculata L belongs to Fabaceae family and has several commonly used names such as southern pea crowder pea and black eyed pea Chung et al 1998 Cowpea has been widely consumed as mixed with grains mashed bean paste gomul and starch gels muk in Korea Chung et al 1998 In addition cowpea has been used as a folk

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Plant Characteristics Annual viney plant with three large leaflets white flower and curved pots Establishment Very tolerant to drought shade and low fertility and acid soils It will adapt well to the southern part of the state Cowpea can be broadcast at rates of 100 to 120 lb ac between April 1 and July 31 and cover with light disking or drilled at rates of 30 to 40 lbs ac to a depth

IITA 2009 noted that there is a big market for the sale of Cowpea grains and fodders in West Africa and in Nigeria farmers who store Cowpea fodder for sale at the peak of the dry season have been found to increase their annual income by 25 It also serves as income generating avenues for other value chain actors within the cowpea chain

Please do not order more than 3 packets of any one variety and no more than 30 packets total Vigna unguiculata An introduced legume from Africa that tolerates high heat and drought a good producer in the low hot desert Peas can be eaten green immature or dry

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The cowpea Vigna unguiculata is an annual herbaceous legume from the genus Vigna Due to its tolerance for sandy soil and low rainfall it is an important crop in the semiarid regions across Africa and Asia It requires very few inputs as the plant s root nodules are able to fix atmospheric nitrogen making it a valuable crop for resource poor farmers and well suited to intercropping with

Cowpea Vigna unguiculata L Walp is an important warm season legume grown primarily in the semi arid tropics The majority of cowpea is grown by subsistence farmers in west and central sub

The aim of this study was to evaluate cowpea genotypes using grain yield and canning quality traits The field experiment was conducted in two locations in Limpopo Province namely Syferkuil Agricultural Experimental farm and Ga Molepo village during 2017 2018 growing season and canning took place at ARC Grain Crops Potchefstroom

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Cowpea is called the hungry season crop because it is the first harvested crop before the cereal crops Its seeds pods and leaves are commonly used as human food Cowpea has great flexibility in use farmers can choose to harvest it for grains or as forage for their livestock depending on economic or climatic constraints Gomez 2004

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Mar 04 2016· The cowpea grain contains about 25 protein and 64 carbohydrate and its potential in the alleviation of malnutrition among resource poor farmers is inestimable They are considered dual purpose because they provide grains for human consumption while also providing fodder for livestock