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Seeding Tips for Chickpeas

Abstract: For growers in the Brown and Dark Brown soil zones in Saskatchewan, chickpeas are a good pulse crop option. The current Kabuli and Desi chickpea cultivars have comparable maturity, and both can be extended into the moist Dark Brown soil zones if grown on stubble or lighter textured soils. Here are some tips for seeding chickpeas.


Chickpea Production Guide

Abstract: All you need to know about the Chickpea.


Growth analysis and yield of chickpea in relation to organic and inorganic nitrogen fertilization

Abstract: Growth analysis is still the most simple and precise method to evaluate the contribution of different ecological processes in plant development. In order to study the effects of organic and inorganic nitrogen on growth indices and yield components of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) cv.

Growing Chickpea in the Northern Great Plains

Abstract: This publication is intended for growers considering either desi or kabuli chickpea as a crop. The text covers basic market information, plant growth
habit, crop production, field selection, seedbed preparation, fertilization, inoculation, seeding, control of weeds, diseases and insects, rotational
benefits and harvesting.

Chickpea Production in the High Plains

Abstract: Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) is an annual grain legume or “pulse crop” that is used extensively for human consumption. The seed of this plant,
when dried, is commonly used in soup. Its primary use in the United States is for salad bars, while in the Middle East and India it is more frequently cooked and blended

North Dakota Fertilizer Recommendation Tables and Equations | D.W. Franzen

soil test recommendation tables based on field research data obtained in North Dakota, South Dakota, western Minnesota and the Canadian Prairie Provinces.


Potassium Requirements of Pulse Crops | Ch. Srinivasarao, Masood Ali, A.N. Ganeshamurthy, and K.K.

In India, pulses are grown mostly on marginal and sub-marginal lands without proper inputs. Many field experiments on various pulse crops show yield benefits from K application. Improved K supply also enhances biological nitrogen (N) fixation and protein content of pulse grains.