Alternative terms for "Leguminious"
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Leguminious
Literary usage of Leguminious
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annual Report by Illinois Farmers' Institute (1908)
"... peas and other leguminious crops, to get the necessary protein to balance up our ration. Can we do It? . I am going to call your attention to a little ..."
2. Occasional Lectures and Other Discourses on Agricultural Chemistryby Joseph Henry Gilbert by Joseph Henry Gilbert (1890)
"... whereas, on the contrary, after the growth of a leguminious crop, the amount of nitrogen so determinable in the upper layers of the soil is very ..."
3. ... [County Reports and Maps]: Preston County by Ray Vernon Hennen, William Armstrong Price, W. J. Latimer (1914)
"Clovers and leguminious crops do exceptionally well, especially where liming is practiced. Hairy vetch is not grown, ..."
4. The Normal Teacher (1880)
"Albumen can be obtained from eggs, flesh of animals, cheese or milk, beans, peas and other leguminious plants and from wheat, corn and other cereals. 5. ..."
5. Annual Report by Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station (1899)
"SUNDRY FORAGE CROPS Six non-saccharine sorghums and leguminious crops were grown in a small way in 1898. The stands of the former were not particularly ..."