Vigna radiata

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    Fabaceae (pea, or legume family) » Vigna radiata

    VIG-nuh -- named for Prof. Dominico Vigna, 17th century Italian botanist
    rad-ee-AY-tuh -- meaning, spreading rays

    commonly known as: golden gram, green gram, mash bean, mung bean, wild mung • Gujarati: મૂંગ mung • Hindi: जंगली मूंग jungli mung • Kannada: pacha hesaru • Konkani: मूग muga • Malayalam: cerupayar, putsja-paeru • Marathi: रानमूग raan muga • Sanskrit: मुद्ग mudga • Tamil: பச்சைப்பயறு pachai payaru • Telugu: పచ్చ పెసలు pacha pesalu

    Origin: India

    ... the fruits are horizontal, linear-cylindric, 4-10 cm long and 4-6 mm broad.

    References: PIER species infoCommon Indian Wild Flowers by Isaac Kehimkar

    Ryan Brookes, egle_k., and maso 16 added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Ryan Brookes ages ago | reply

      A very beautiful shot!

    2. Dinesh Valke ages ago | reply

      Thank you very much, Ryan.

    3. egle_k. 118 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Medicinal, Aromatic and Wild (or rare) Edible Plants, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    4. Dinesh Valke 118 months ago | reply

      Thank you very much for the invite, Egle.

    5. Dr.Srinathrao 114 months ago | reply

      excellent photo showing scientific details

    6. Dinesh Valke 114 months ago | reply

      Thank you very much, Dr Srinathrao.

    7. maso 16 79 months ago | reply

      a lot of thanks shri dinesh valke

    8. Dinesh Valke 79 months ago | reply

      Thanks, maso 16.

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