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7786. Engel, R., L.E. Welty, R. Lockerman, J. Bergman, G. Kushnak, L. Prestbye, and J. Sims. 1987. Annual legumes and cereal grain rotations in Montana.. Montana AgResearch 4(3):1-4.
Montana researchers examined the performance of several grain legumes (dry pea, chickpea, lentil) and their effect on a subsequent barley crop. Dry pea production was the highest. A subsequent barley crop rsponded to added N fertilizer at three out of six sites. Barley yields following legumes were generally equal to or greater than yields following fallow. The annual legumes contributed to soil N and reduced the fertilizer N needed to reach maximum yield by 40-55 lb N/ac when compared to recrop barley. This translated into savings of $10-14/ac for fertilizer N.

8725. Summerfield, R.J. (ed.). 1988. World crops: cool season food legumes. 1179 pp. Proceedings Intl. Food Legume Research Conf. on Pea, Lentil, Fababean, and Chickpea. 6-11 July 1986.. held in Spokane ,WA; Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.
This proceedings covers a wide range of topics relating to food legumes: international programs, genetic resources, cropping systems, management and tillage, harvest and storage, processing and utilization, economics, biotic limitations, IPM, nitrogen fixation, physiology, breeding and biotechnology, and regional reports.

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