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The fields, in which legumes are grown get enriched with nitrogen. Why?
The roots of legumes have nodules, which fix free nitrogen and converts it into nitrates. This makes the field fertile. Therefore, legumes are grown in a season alternating between cereal crops such as wheat and millet.
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