Last edited by Kazrat
Friday, July 24, 2020 | History

1 edition of Common vetch or tares (Vicia sativa) found in the catalog.

Common vetch or tares (Vicia sativa)

by Charles V. Piper

  • 399 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forage plants,
  • Vetch,
  • Research

  • Edition Notes

    July 7, 1909.

    StatementC. V. Piper, Agrostologist
    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Plant Industry
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 page ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25901557M
    OCLC/WorldCa927459352

    Common Vetch because this is the commonly cultivated form. Other names: Blanchefleur English Vetch Golden Tares Languedoc Smooth Vetch Spring Vetch Tares. Summary: Vetch is a scrambling hairy to hairless, annual leguminous vine climbing by means of branched tendrils. The leaves are divided like a feather into pairs of small narrow leaflets. Vetch, familiarly divided into common (Vicia sativa L) and hairy vetch (Vicia villosa). Common vetch is less winter-hardy than hairy vetch. Both are significant producer of nitrogen, especially for crops planted late in the spring. This makes it very attractive to organic growers. Another trait of vetch is that it lowers the ratio of carbon to.

    Britton, N.L., and A. Brown. An illustrated flora of the northern United States, Canada and the British Possessions. 3 vols. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York.   Common vetch - Vicia sativa - Garden vetch - Fóðurflækja - Umfeðmingur - Akurflækja - Alverja - Veza común - Fodervikke - Futter-Vicke - Ackerwicke - Saatwic.

    Purple vetch. American deer vetch. Stiff-leaf vetch. Uses. Crop: American vetch fixes nitrogen and can be grown as a cover preceding late spring-planted crops. Conservation: American vetch is a drought-tolerant climbing vine excellent for sunny and partially shady . In our time, the common vetch has also risen to er with broad bean cultivars such as horse bean or field bean, the FAO includes it among the 11 most important pulses in the world. The main usage of the common vetch is as forage for ruminant animals, both as fodder and legume, but there are other uses, as tufted vetch, V. cracca is grown as a mid-summer pollen source for : Tracheophytes.


Share this book
You might also like
Remedial drama

Remedial drama

Examination of the Ohio River bank from Mound City to Cairo, Ill. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, with a letter from the Chief of Engineers, report of examination of the Ohio River bank from Mound City to Cairo, Ill.

Examination of the Ohio River bank from Mound City to Cairo, Ill. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, with a letter from the Chief of Engineers, report of examination of the Ohio River bank from Mound City to Cairo, Ill.

Curious George at the airport

Curious George at the airport

The Klamath knot

The Klamath knot

Traditional art and symbolism

Traditional art and symbolism

scientific German reader.

scientific German reader.

I only see my dad on weekends

I only see my dad on weekends

Arithmetic Modules, Module 3, Decimal Numbers (Their Arithmetic Module Series)

Arithmetic Modules, Module 3, Decimal Numbers (Their Arithmetic Module Series)

Modern European buildings

Modern European buildings

Christ-Light 2 Bk. a

Christ-Light 2 Bk. a

Alarm girl

Alarm girl

In the Zone

In the Zone

Sadar Vuga Arhitekti

Sadar Vuga Arhitekti

Rail engineering, the way ahead.

Rail engineering, the way ahead.

Shopping

Shopping

Common vetch or tares (Vicia sativa) by Charles V. Piper Download PDF EPUB FB2

Vicia sativa, known as the common vetch, garden vetch, tare or simply vetch, is a nitrogen-fixing leguminous plant in the family gh considered a weed when found growing in a cultivated grainfield, this hardy plant is often grown as green manure or livestock : Fabaceae. Taxonomic Rank: Magnoliopsida: Fabales: Fabaceae (Leguminosae) Synonym(s): garden vetch, common vetch, slimleaf vetch, vetch.

Common Vetch Vicia sativa. Alternate names Garden Vetch, Oregon Vetch. Weed Description A trailing or climing summer annual vine with leaves that are divided into many leaflets. The vetches are common weeds of roadsides, pastures, landscapes, ornamentals, and some of the winter annuals are weeds of winter small grains.

Common vetch is found. Description: The stems of common vetch are weak, trailing, and climbing. They are square in cross-section and can reach 3½ feet in length. Leaves are alternate and pinnately compound, with each of the 3 to 8 leaflets being narrowly oblong, and ¾” to 1½” long.

"Vicia sativa, vulgaris semine nigro = Veccia comune = Vesse. [common vetch; winter tares; spring vetch]" The New York Public Library Digital Collections. - Vicia sativa is a ANNUAL CLIMBER growing to m (4ft) at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) 5 and is not frost tender.

It is in flower from May to September, and the seeds ripen from July to September. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Bees, Lepidoptera (Moths & Butterflies). The plant is self-fertile.

Vicia sativa (Common vetch) will reach a height of m and a spread of m after years. Suggested Common vetch or tares book. Beds and borders, Ground Cover, Low Maintenance, Wallside and trellises.

Cultivation. Grows best in moist but well-drained, alkaline to neutral soil in full sun but will tolerate a wide range of conditions. Bronte Porcelain - Vetch and Common Blue Butterfly - 3D Floral Plaque - Limited Edition of 50 - Size 28 x 28 More buying choices £ (1 new offer) Botanic Garden Common Vetch Oatmeal Bowl 6.

Common vetch tolerates pH ofbut optimum pH is Common vetch is somewhat shade-tolerant but does not do well when relay interplanted into tall-statured vegetable crops such as sweet corn.

Uses Common vetch is used as a cover crop, green manure, pasture, silage, and hay. Its high dry matter and nitrogen accumulation, and the absence. Common vetch is a trailing winter annual weed that forms large mats of vegetation.

It is common to waste areas and roadsides. The leaves of common vetch are very narrow, alternately arranged and compound. Tendrils form on the ends of the leaves. Long stems arise from fibrous roots, and flowers are : Charles Peacock. A scrambling plant, Common vetch has pink flowers.

It is a member of the pea family and can be seen on grassland, farmland and waste ground, as well as at the coast. A member of the pea family (legumes), Common vetch is able to make its own nitrates, a special nutrient essential for healthy plant. a vetch, especially the common vetch. | ("tares"): (in biblical use) an injurious weed resembling corn when young (Matthew ).

(20 of 43 words, 2 definitions, pronunciation) /definition /english /tare. Download PDF New release from SARDI Vetch Breeding Program. Matures between Rasina and Morava (from seeding to full flowering – days).

High yielding and rust resistant but is only moderately resistant to Ascochyta Blight. Very good vigour at flowering. Timok is ideally suited to grain production in areas with > mm rainfall/yr. Timok’s [ ].

The common vetch (Vicia sativa L.) is an annual scrambling and climbing legume. It has a slender highly branched taproot that can go down to m deep. Its stems are thin, angled, procumbent and branched, reaching up to 2 m. The leaves are compound with pairs of opposite leaflets and terminal tendrils that help climbing.

Common Vetch; Vicia sativa L. Pea Family; LEGUMINOSÆ (FABACEÆ) "Vetch" is a name applied to certain species of the Pea Family. If life were as simple as some of us wish it was, all plants called vetch would be in the genus Vicia, and no other plants would be called vetch.

Alas, for simplicity: plants in at least five genera are so called. Plant Common Vetch as a groundcover to loosen the soil and add nitrogen. It is also common feed for cattle, horses and rabbit.

This cheerful, pink-blooming annual prefers full sun but will tolerate most soil types. (Vicia sativa)2/5(4). — Written By Joe Neal. Several species of vetch (Vicia spp.) are common in landscape plantings, and are most noticeable in the spring when they begin vining and climbing over ornamental is a legume and can fix nitrogen.

Thus they are often seeded as cover crops. But, in landscape plantings they can be quite difficult to control. Common Vetch Vicia sativa.

Name also: Tare, Garden Vetch, Spring Vetch, Narrw-leaved Vetch It was used for the first time by the Roman Marcus Varro in his agriculture text book, apparently referring to vetch. The name is based on the Latin verb vincere, ‘to twist’, and refers to the genus’s tendrils which twist around its own leaves.

Common vetch grows on a wide range of soils. It does well on loams, sandy loams, or gravelly soils, as well as on fine-textured clay soils as long as there is good drainage.

Although common vetch tolerates short periods of saturated soils, it does not tolerate extended flooding. Common vetch tolerates pH of –, but optimum pH is File Size: 53KB. Common vetch hay is fine in moderation, however other types including hairy vetch and crown vetch may cause some toxic symptoms.

Depending on the literature, common vetch hay should be fed at around % of body weight. LANA and purple vetch are more cold-sensitive than common vetch or hairy vetch.

Once established, LANA can tolerate early frosts for a few days (especially if the temperature doesn’t fluctuate widely or with some snow cover) and is hardier than purple vetch, which is .Description. Fabaceae(family) Forage for Pollinators: Produces a major amount of Pollen for Bumblebees which are declining, such as the short-haired bumblebee (Bombus subterraneus) and ruderal bumblebee (Bombus ruderatus) and the endangered mining bee (Andrena lathyri) which uses only this pollen for its brood, so is dependent on it.

Nectar is produced for Honeybees (though not in all years or.Common Vetch (Vicia sativa) For quantities over lbs. (more than 10 bags of 50 pounds) please contact us by Phone at or click here for a price quote and delivery options.

Common vetch is used mainly in cover crops to build organic matter and add nitrogen. is a late maturing vetch when planted in the late fall (in California) is will produce most of its biomass in the spring.