Detoxification of Khesari (Lathyrus sativus) by Different Methods
AbstractLathyrus sativus (Grasspea) locally known os 'Khesan', 'Teora', 'Lakh' and 'Lakhdi' is a protein rich legume mainly grown in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal and Ethiopia. The family of Lathyrus sativus is fobaceae. Lathyrus crop is grown on about 1.5 million hectares in India, and its production estimate is nearly about 0.8 million tonne of grain yield annually. Its production is more concentrated in south eastern Madhya Pradesh Vidarbho region of Maharashtra, Bihar, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh and the crop is also grown in small pockets in other states. Grasspea (Lathyrus sativus) is an important grain legume of India.
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