Mani-manian or Golden Glory

Mani-manian or Golden Glory (Arachis pintoi Krapov. also, Greg) was named after the Brazilian botanist Geraldo Pinto, who beforehand accumulated the plant from the zone of Boca do Corrego, Municipio de Belmonte in 1954. The species was first depicted by A. Krapovickas and W. Gregory in 1994 (Stuart, 2018).
A. pintoi is a herbaceous enduring plant with stems that are at first prostrate and a while later move to around 50 cm high when creating in thick swards. Young plants have a stoloniferous root structure, developing a strong taproot on more prepared crowns. More settled plants convey a thick tangle of advancement. The plant is dynamically being produced as a ground cover in tree estates and as a portion in pastures, where it is tolerant of heavy grazing (Tropical Plant Database, 2018). A. pintoi, is one of the forage legumes considered in the livestock and poultry industry as a protein-fiber source component in the animal diet (DOST-PCAARRD). Protein content somewhere in the range of 17% and 20%, and dry issue absorbability somewhere in the range of 67% and 71% (Tropical Seeds, LLC).