Green Gram and Black Gram: Small Grain Legume Crops for the Midwestern United States
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Iowa’s agriculture is dominated by two major crops, corn and soybean, used primarily as feed sources. Soybean serves a dual purpose as a source of protein for livestock feed and oil. Crop diversification can be used as a means to accelerate crop productivity and profitability in terms of newer crop options to farmers (specifically small farmers), better quality, quantity, and economic value of the crops.
Singh, Arti, "Green Gram and Black Gram: Small Grain Legume Crops for the Midwestern United States" (2018). Extension and Outreach Publications. 598.
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