Bean farming Articles

  • Organic products in China certified by OFDC in 2003

    The organic products certified in China by the Organic Food Development Center (OFDC), by the end of 2003, included over 370 varieties and cover a total of 307,000 ha. Estimated by certification accreditation administration of the People´s Republic of China, the organic products certified by the Organic Food Development Center (OFDC) included over 370 varieties by the end of 2003. A total ...


    By BIOSANI

  • Red Beans Color Sorter

    Model PRO-B3,with capacity 1000-2200 kg/hour   Red beans Color Sorter Function   LINPRO AI red beans color sorter able to separate the defective red beanss according to the color difference with good red beanss, through blowing the bad red beans out by high frenquency injector.   ...

  • Technology of Growing Bean Sprouts Case Study

    Bean sprout as a kind of vegetable is the edible young stems directly grown out from beans, using of soilless cultivation method in the dark or low light conditions. As the bean sprouts have features of taste of crisp, less fiber, clean and pollution-free, nutrient-rich, etc. In terms of eating, it can be dressed with sauce, fried, soup and other variety tricks, favored by customers. In ...


    By Allance Sprouts Machine

  • The Nutritional Value of Bean Sprouts

     Bean has the reputation of "plant meat" for containing high protein, low fat, and its high protein utilization. Unfortunately, beans contain a lot of "anti-nutrition", such as phytic acid and trypsin inhibitors respectively interfere with the absorption of iron, zinc and other minerals and proteins. In the process of bean germination, the activity of phytase (with the characteristics of ...


    By Allance Sprouts Machine

  • PROCESSING COCOA BEANS IN THE LABORATORY

    COCOA BEANS ARE THE SEEDS OF THE COCOA TREE. THE MAIN GROWING AREAS ARE:- Indonesia - West Africa - South America The cocoa beans are exported world wide. The most important products which we as consumers come in contact with are cocoa beverages and chocolate. The most important characteristic trait for us is the taste. But before they become chocolate, the cocoa beans have to be roasted, peeled ...


    By Fritsch Milling and Sizing

  • White Bean Color Sorter

    Model PRO-B3,with capacity 1000-2200 kg/hour White bean Color Sorter Function LINPRO AI white bean color sorter able to separate the defective white beans according to the color difference with good white beans, through blowing the bad white bean out by high frenquency injector.   ...

  • Red Beans Color Sorter

    Model PRO-B3,with capacity 1000-2200 kg/hour Red beans Color Sorter Function LINPRO AI red beans color sorter able to separate the defective red beanss according to the color difference with good red beanss, through blowing the bad red beans out by high frenquency injector.   ...

  • Success story Fevita, Hungary – Case Study

    Fevita Hungary Zrt is the country’s largest frozen food producer and a leading global exporter, with 200 employees processing more than 32,000 tons of vegetables every year. Established in 1967, the company boasts a 22 percent market share domestically and has built a network of customers across 20 markets including Germany, Israel and Japan. Fevita’s high-profile customers include ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH

  • An autophagy-related kinase is essential for the symbiotic relationship between Phaseolus vulgaris and both rhizobia and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi

    Eukaryotes contain three types of lipid kinases that belong to the phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase (PI3K) family. In plants and Saccharomyces, only PI3K class III family members have been identified. These enzymes regulate the innate immune response, intracellular trafficking, autophagy, and senescence. Here, we report that RNAi-mediated down-regulation of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) PI3K ...


    By H Smith Plastics LTD

  • Success Story Serkka Farms, Canada - Case Study

    Serkka Farms is family owned and operated, and was established in 1987 by the Belgian Allaer Family. Their fields stretch out over more than 2,000 hectares where they grow a wide variety of products such as tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, grains, soy beans and oil seeds. The company is also a well-known turkey producer. By automating its tomato processing lines with TOMRA’s NFM field sorting ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH

  • Ministerial Interview: The only sector that assuredly alleviates poverty is agriculture. Our focus is to grow this industry that is the future of this country.

    Exclusive interview with the Zambian Minister of Agriculture and Livestock, the Honourable Given Lubinda. The Honourable minister is expected to be at the upcoming Agritech Expo in Chisamba from 14-16 April again. www.agritech-expo.com/interviews 1) Honourable minister, thank you for this opportunity, you said ...


    By Clarion Events Ltd

  • Climate change impact on legumes' water production function in the northeast of Iran

    Enhanced understanding of the climate impact on crops' production is necessary to cope with expected climate variability and change. This study was conducted to find any robust association between crop yield and evapotranspiration using historical data (1986–2005) and subsequently employ the acquired relationship to project crop yield under future climate conditions for two ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • The wealth of forests

    The day I first set foot in a tropical rainforest, in Malaysia in the early 1980s, I experienced something profound. From the echoes of gibbons calling from the canopy in the early morning mist to the iridescent flash of a bird in a beam of sunlight, rainforests are a sensory delight as well as a marvel to anyone’s scientific curiosity. As I subsequently watched ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Evaluation of indigenous Omani legumes for their nutritional quality, phytochemical composition and antioxidant properties

    Four indigenous Omani legumes (faba bean, cowpeas, chickpeas and lentils), collected from three different regions of Oman, were evaluated for their proximate composition, phytochemical contents and antioxidant properties. The proximate composition varied significantly. Regional variability however, did not affect the proximate composition, except crude protein content of cowpea and chickpea. The ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • SUM-Africa: Scaling up micro-insurance services in Mali and Uganda - Case Study

    The SUM-Africa project provides low-cost satellite based drought insurance services to smallholder farmers in Mali and Uganda. By teaming up with Planet Guarantee in Mali and Agriculture Reinsurance Consultants in Uganda we aim to use satellite technology to improve food security and financial inclusion in developing countries. ...

  • 19 Things the AP Got Wrong

    The Associated Press recently published an article on “the secret environmental cost of U.S. ethanol policy.” There is much in this article that is too misleading, poor or deficient analysis, over-simplistic, or poorly drawn conclusions to comment on, but here are 19 big things the AP got wrong. ...


    By National Farmers Union (NFU)

  • The Difficulty of Defining Adaptation Finance

    While working on tracking adaptation finance for our Adaptation Finance Accountability Initiative project, we often get the question “What is adaptation finance?” or “What counts as adaptation finance?” To our embarrassment, we ...

  • Residual influence of organic materials, crop residues, and biofertilizers on performance of succeeding mung bean in an organic rice-based cropping sy

    Background The present investigation was undertaken to assess the residual influence of organic materials and biofertilizers applied to rice and wheat on yield, nutrient status, and economics of succeeding mung bean in an organic cropping system. The field experiments were carried out on the research farm of IARI, New Delhi during crop cycles of 2006 to 2007 and 2007 to 2008 to study the effects ...

  • An experimental approach to compare carbon sequestration rate of four species of legume used as biological façade

    Vegetation played an important role in reducing carbon concentration of the environment. Instead of planting horizontally, we attempted to look at planting leguminous plant vertically as biological façade. In tropical climate as in Malaysia, public sensitivity in vertical planting is mostly for aesthetic purposes. This research is focused on selecting vertically grown plant from the point of ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Impact of fly–ash–amended soil on growth and yield of crop plants

    Fly Ash (FA), a waste product of thermal power stations, has great potential for use in agriculture, because it contains almost all macro as well as micronutrients. In view of the potential disposal problem of FA, this investigation was carried out to search an economical and eco–friendly solution of its disposal by using it as nutrient source in agriculture for growth of crop plants. FA ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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