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5413. Kisha, T.J.. 1983. Effect of soil salinity and fertilizer nitrogen on growth and N2-fixation in broad bean (Vicia faba L.) and dry bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.).. M.S. Thesis, Dept. of Plant and Soil Sci., Montana State Univ., Bozeman, MT 59717.
6439. Smith, H.A., C. Rust, D. Baldridge, R. Lockerman, and G. Jackson. 1989. Fababeans: a Montana specialty crop.. MSU Extension Service Montguide MT 8906.
Describes production guidelines for fababean in Montana. Fababeans contain from 24 to 30 % protein in the seed, and energy content is high. They can replace soybean meal in animal rations. Fababean silage is equal to alfalfa-grass silage. Fababean is best adapted to cool, moist sites. It requires irrigation in most of Montana. It is very frost tolerant. A partial production budget indicates low returns of $10/ac.
7833. Koala, S.. 1985. Effects of N and P fertilizers on the growth, nodulation, and N2 ixation of fababean, green pea, and dry bean.. PhD. Thesis, Dept. of Plant and Soil Sci., Montana St. Univ., Bozeman, MT 59717.
7864. Lockerman, R.H., G.D. Kushnak, D.E. Baldridge, L.E. Welty, A.L. Dubbs, J.W. Bergman and J.R. Sims. 1982. Growing fababean.. Montana Agr. Expt. Sta. Bull. 743.
7871. Lockerman, R.H., T.J. Kisha, J.R. Sims, and A.S. Abdel-Ghaffer. 1983. The effect of soil salinity on dinitrogen fixation and yield of fababean.. FABIS 7:24-25.
7878. Lockerman, R.H., D.A. Buss, G. Westesen, and J.R. Sims. 1985. The effect of soil moisture on growth and yield of fababean.. FABIS 11:15-17.