*  Bioarchaeology
Subsistence based upon agriculture is strongly associated with a higher rate of caries than subsistence based upon foraging, ... The rapid and dramatic increase in 13C after the adoption of maize agriculture attests to the change in the southeastern ... For example, bioarchaeologists have used caries in skeletons to correlate a diet of rice and agriculture with the disease. ... Tayles, N.; Domett, K.; Nelsen, K. (2000). "Agriculture and dental caries? The case of rice in prehistoric Southeast Asia". ...
*  Sustainable agriculture
The science of agriculture is called "agronomy", the root of this word relating to scientific law. Although agriculture may not ... Sustainable agriculture can be understood as an ecosystem approach to agriculture. Practices that can cause long-term damage to ... Agriculture and Agronomy portal Sustainable development portal Ecology portal Declaration for Healthy Food and Agriculture ... "FAO World Agriculture towards 2015/2030". Food and Agriculture Organization. 21 August 2008. "SoilConsWeb". Terribile, Fabio ( ...
*  Labeling of fertilizer
7. "National Code of Practice for Fertilizer Description & Labelling" (PDF). Australian Government Department of Agriculture, ...
*  Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation
Embrapa Temperate Agriculture, Pelotas, RS. Temperate climate regions of Brazil. Embrapa Western Region Agriculture, Dourados, ... Research on precision agriculture, biotechnology, process automation, new materials, family farming and family agroindustry, ... Embrapa Agriculture Informatics, Campinas, SP. Research on information technology for agribusiness. Embrapa Agrobiology, ... Their mission is to "develop research, development and innovation solutions for the sustainability of agriculture, for the ...
*  Risk assessment for organic swine health
Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education, 2012. Hog Production Systems, Page 3. SARE Nationwide Learning Center; Brumm, ... Consumer demand, stemming from the larger organic agriculture movement has helped spurred growth in this industry. The overall ... 9 3165-3169 Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education, 2012. Hog Production Systems, Part IV. Educational Resources; ...
*  Animal welfare and rights in India
A 2007 report by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations found that Indians had the lowest rate of ...
*  Pesticide degradation
Globally, an estimated 1 to 2.5 million tons of active pesticide ingredients are used each year, mainly in agriculture. Forty ... Pesticides are applied over large areas in agriculture and urban settings. Pesticide use therefore represents an important ...
*  Metropolitan agriculture
... references a growing understanding of the complex relationship between cities and agriculture. As a ... In terms of the larger relationship between cities and agriculture, metropolitan agriculture provides a conceptual framework ... resources and create more sustainable agriculture as well as urban development Urban agriculture Sustainable agriculture http ... Metropolitan agriculture expresses a growing understanding of the multiple ways in which agriculture is linked with urban areas ...
*  SENSOR-Pesticides
From 1995 to 2001, use in agriculture accounted for at least 70% of conventional pesticide use in the U.S., and the US EPA ... Pesticides are particularly useful in agriculture because they increase crop yields and reduce the need for manual labor. ... The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services inspected the grower's farms in Florida and fined the company $ ... In Florida, the state legislature added ten new pesticide inspectors to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer ...
*  Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation
M J Blackie and A C Conroy, (2006) The Collapse of Agriculture, in A C Conroy, M J Blackie and others, Poverty, AIDS and Hunger ... The Agriculture Minister was empowered to impose regulations affecting virtually every major food crop produced for sale or ... 563-4. M J Blackie and A C Conroy, (2006) The Collapse of Agriculture, pp. 96-7. J K van Donge, (1995). Kamuzu's Legacy: The ... The crisis was caused by state regulation of agriculture, the diversion of resources to inefficient estates and failure to ...
*  Parasitic flies of domestic animals
Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Tuntasuvana, D. et al. (2003) Chemotherapy of surra in horses ... that are impractical to treat under typical commercial constraints within agriculture. Synthetic chemicals such as ...
*  Forestry in India
As of 2010, the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations estimates India's forest cover to be about 68 million ... However, a large percentage of this fuel-wood is grown as biomass remaining from agriculture, and is managed outside forests. ... A 2010 study by the Food and Agriculture Organisation ranks India amongst the 10 countries with the largest forest area ... To achieve these objectives, the National Commission on Agriculture in 1976 recommended the reorganisation of state forestry ...
*  Archaeology of the Americas
The Formative stage Defined as "village agriculture" based. Most of these can be dated from 1000 BCE to 500 CE. Examples ...
*  Anaerobic lagoon
"Cryptosporidium in livestock, manure storages and surface waters in Ontario" (PDF). Ontario Federation of Agriculture. Archived ... US Department of Agriculture. Archived from the original (PDF) on 25 April 2012. Retrieved 2 November 2011. "Facts About ...
*  Agriculture
... defined the limits on how large and for how long an army could be mobilized. Shang Yang called agriculture and war ... The study of agriculture is known as agricultural science. The history of agriculture by humans dates back thousands of years, ... Agriculture accounts for 70 percent of withdrawals of freshwater resources. Agriculture is a major draw on water from aquifers ... 25-57 in Plants, Genes, and Agriculture. Jones and Bartlett, Boston, MA. "Food and Agriculture Organization of the United ...
*  Roman agriculture
Agriculture in ancient Greece History of agriculture Roman technology Deforestation during the Roman period Grain supply to the ... Agriculture in ancient Rome was not only a necessity, but was idealized among the social elite as a way of life. Cicero ... Roman agriculture reached its height in productivity and efficiency during the late Republic and early Empire. Farm sizes in ... Buck, Robert J. Agriculture and Agricultural Practice In Roman Law. Wiesbaden: F. Steiner, 1983. Erdkamp, Paul. The Grain ...
*  California Agriculture
... has won several awards from the Association for Communication Excellence in Agriculture, Natural ... "California Agriculture Online". Retrieved 2013-06-06. Official website California Agriculture on Facebook. ... California Agriculture is a quarterly peer-reviewed, scientific journal reporting news and research on agricultural, natural, ... California Agriculture often has special issues that explore timely topics, which have recently included biofuels, climate ...
*  Agriculture Building
The Agriculture Building is a historic state government office building located at Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina. It was ... The Agriculture Building is a Raleigh Historic Landmark and located in the Capitol Area Historic District. National Park ... McKelden Smith (May 1976). "Agriculture Building" (pdf). National Register of Historic Places - Nomination and Inventory. North ...
*  Hydrogel agriculture
Swelling capacity Water conservation Farm water Rainfed agriculture Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment Vundavallia, Ramesh ( ... Hydrogel agriculture technology uses insoluble gel-forming polymers to improve the water-holding properties of different soils ... 2008). "Polymer in Agriculture: A Review" (PDF). American Journal of Agricultural and Biological Sciences. 3 (1): 299-314. CS1 ... Desertification and lack of water threaten agriculture in many arid and semi-arid regions of the world; these may be mitigated ...
*  Agriculture MMP
The Department of Agriculture and Cooperation (DAC) had several e-governance initiatives in the field of agriculture. States ... It is being run under the direction of the Department of Agriculture and Cooperation within the Ministry of Agriculture. In ... The Agriculture Mission Mode Project is one of the 27 Mission Mode Projects (MMPs) of the National e-Governance Plan of the ... The Agriculture MMP aims to replicate the agricultural e-governance projects being carried in different states at a national ...
*  Urban agriculture
The Urban Agriculture Network, Inc., New York, NY. Butler, L. and D.M. Moronek (eds.) (May 2002). "Urban and Agriculture ... First, urban agriculture may reduce racial and class disparities in access to healthy food. When urban agriculture leads to ... The Urban Agriculture Network has defined urban agriculture as: [A]n industry that produces, processes, and markets food, fuel ... "Urban Agriculture for Sustainable Cities: Using Wastes and Idle Land and Water Bodies as Resources" Food and Agriculture ...
*  Subsistence agriculture
Cash crop Commercial agriculture Extensive agriculture Hoe-farming Industrial agriculture Opium replacement Subsistence fishing ... Subsistence agriculture had largely disappeared in Europe by the beginning of World War I, and in North America with the ... Subsistence agriculture is a self-sufficiency farming system in which the farmers focus on growing enough food to feed ... Subsistence agriculture also emerged independently in Mexico where it was based on maize cultivation, and the Andes where it ...
*  Biodynamic agriculture
... is a form of alternative agriculture very similar to organic farming, but it includes various esoteric ... Agriculture and Agronomy portal Agroecology Alan Chadwick Biointensive agriculture Ehrenfried Pfeiffer Permaculture The Real ... p. 208; Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources, Committee on Twenty-First Century Systems Agriculture, Division on Earth ... In common with other forms of organic agriculture, biodynamic agriculture uses management practices that are intended to " ...
*  Leaching (agriculture)
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. Environmental Impacts of Nitrogen Use in Agriculture Lin, BL; Sakoda, ... In agriculture, leaching refers to the loss of water-soluble plant nutrients from the soil, due to rain and irrigation. Soil ... The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) estimates world demand for nitrogen fertilizers will increase ... Of particular concern are hazardous waste dumps and landfills, and, in agriculture, excess fertilizer, improperly stored animal ...
*  Biointensive agriculture
Sustainable agriculture "Biointensive agriculture". John Jeavons, How to Grow More Vegetables: And Fruits, Nuts, Berries, ... Biodynamic agriculture Jean-Martin Fortier Biointensive Agriculture in Fouta Djallon Organic farming Permaculture Regenerative ... Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 25:3, pp. 181‐188). This study states that "Current mechanized agriculture has an ... Biointensive agriculture is an organic agricultural system that focuses on achieving maximum yields from a minimum area of land ...