Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences1028-88801812-5735Asian Network for Scientific Information10.3923/pjbs.1998.212.214Vigna umbellata) Fodder to Different Levels of N and p]]>IqbalK.A. TanveerA. AliM. AyubM. Tahir3199813Study to determine the effect of different levels of N and P on the fodder yield and quality of rice bean comprised NP combinations of 0-0 (control), 25-25, 25-50, 25-75, 50-25, 50-50 and 50-75 kg ha^{–1}. Plant height, number of branches, leaves and leaf area increased significantly by the application of N and P over control. Maximum green fodder yields of 50.35, 51.61 and 53.03 t ha^{–1} were obtained in plots fertilized at 50-25, 50-50 and 50-75 kg ha^{–1}, NP respectively. Crude protein, crude fibre and ash contents of the rice bean were increased by increasing rates of N and P.]]>AOAC.,1960Chatterjee, B.N. and P.K. Das,1989Grimak, N.I., V.F. Novalenko and K. Bespal,1991Jamriska, P.,1987Jin, W.J., N.K. Cho and C.B. Yang,1992Mukerjee, A.K., M.A. Roquib and B.N. Chatterjee,1980Sinha, M.N. and R.K. Rai,1990Trifolium alexandrinum L.) and residual effect on forage crops.]]>Steel, R.G.D. and J.H. Torrie,1984Winkleman, G.E., Rohul Amin, W.A. Rice and M.B. Tahir,1992