Single-flowered vetch (Vicia articulata Hornem.): A relic crop in Italy

@article{Laghetti2004SinglefloweredV,
  title={Single-flowered vetch (Vicia articulata Hornem.): A relic crop in Italy},
  author={G. Laghetti and A. Piergiovanni and I. Galasso and K. Hammer and P. Perrino},
  journal={Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={47},
  pages={461-465}
}
Single-flowered vetch (Vicia articulata Hornem.), a crop native of the Mediterranean area, is widespread mainly in south Europe, in west Asia and Australia for forage, green manure and human food. In Italy this crop was still cultivated in the 1950s but, later, no records concerning its cultivation were available. This strongly suggested to place V. articulata among the Italian crop species that disappeared in the 20th century. In the course of a collecting expedition in Sardinia, a relic… Expand
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