Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
Why does a farmer grows a leguminous plant after a non leguminous plant?
Growing leguminous plant after nonleguminous plant restores soil fertility by root nodulation of leguminous plant. ...
Is there a leguminous climbing part beginning with V?
The vine is a part of a leguminous climbing plant. It begins with the letter v. ...
Asked in Elements and Compounds
How will the removal of leguminous plants affect the nitrogen cycle?
it affects the nitrogen cycle as the leguminous plants have nitrogen-fixing bacteria on their roots and these nitrogen-fixing bacteria help to collect nitrogen which is transferred to animals when these leguminous plants have been eaten. ...
What is the difference between a rain tree and a frakincense tree?
Rain tree also called monkeypod, a large leguminous tropical tree ( Albizia saman or Samanea saman ) of tropical America belonging to the family Leguminosae ( pulse family). Boswellia or Frankincense trees are small and often shrub like perennials, they may grow anywhere from 2-8 meters tall. ...
What are leguminous and non-leguminous fodder crops?
Leguminous fodder crops include: Clover Alfalfa Sanfoin Bird's Foot Trefoil Laspadenza Cicer Milkvetch Field Peas Non-Leguminous fodder crops include: Timothy Orchard grass Corn Barley Triticale Smooth Brome Grass Meadow Brome Grass Kentucky Blue Grass Blue Gamma Grass Bermuda Grass Buffalo Grass Red Canary Grass Johnson Grass It should be noted that all grasses even those not listed here are non-leguminous fodder crops. ...
Asked in Butterflies and Moths
What is a Climbing leguminous plant cultivated for their butterfly shaped fragrant flowers?
The climbing leguminous plant that is cultivated for it' butterfly shape is the Sweet Pea. The Sweet Pea also has fragrant smelling flowers ...