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*  Corynespora cassiicola
The fungus is known as a pathogen of many agricultural crop plants, especially cowpea, cucumber, papaya, rubber, soybean, and ... It has caused crop failures resulting in high economic losses in over 70 countries, including losses of over US$3000 per acre ... This broad host range adds danger in the fact that this economic loss does not just apply to one specific crop. Rather, a ... These measures include avoiding planting crops next to ones known to already have the disease. In order to do so, seedlings ...
*  Macrotyloma geocarpum
The reduction is causing the adoption to halt, as farmers in regions new to the crop are unwilling to take chances with crops ... However, the Hausa had sufficient agricultural expertise to realize cotton required more labor and the European prices offered ... Considering that this crop is being produced on an average of 0.48 ha of land, the underuse is evident. Increasing the area of ... One problem is that it is viewed as crop for elders to farm; a reduction in plantation has been occurring and will continue to ...
*  Photosynthesis
Many important crop plants are C4 plants, including maize, sorghum, sugarcane, and millet. Plants that do not use PEP- ... FAO Agricultural Services Bulletin - 128). Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Retrieved 2009-01-04. ... Light studies with individual corn leaves". Crop Sci. 2: 311-315. Hesketh JD, Moss DN (1963). "Variation in the response of ... Crop Sci. 5: 517-521. El-Sharkawy MA, Hesketh JD (1986). "Citation Classic-Photosynthesis among species in relation to ...
*  Glyphosate
"Herbicide-resistant crops: utilities and limitations for herbicide-resistant weed management". Journal of Agricultural and Food ... "Effects of glyphosate-resistant crop cultivation on soil and water quality". GM Crops. 1 (1): 16-24. doi:10.4161/gmcr.1.1.9404 ... This dry crop does not have to be windrowed (swathed and dried) prior to harvest but can easily be straight cut and harvested. ... Current glyphosate-resistant crops include soy, maize (corn), canola, alfalfa, sugar beets, and cotton, with wheat still under ...
*  Vigna aconitifolia
It is also grown in rotation with cotton as a forage crop. When grown as a forage crop, it is planted 7-34 kg/ha, and 10-20 kg/ ... Additional information, including a farm case study, can be found at the website of the Indian Council for Agricultural ... Mowers cannot be used due to the shape and density of the moth bean's branches, so the crop is typically cut with a sickle. It ... Moth bean, a short-day crop, is one of the most drought resistant pulses in India. Grown at altitudes up to 1300m above sea ...
*  Plant disease resistance
... maintenance of significant genetic diversity within the crop gene pool (see crop diversity), and constant surveillance to ... Monocrop agricultural systems provide an ideal environment for pathogen evolution, because they offer a high density of target ... Nearly every crop was then bred to include disease resistance (R) genes, many by introgression from compatible wild relatives. ... Crops such as potato, apple, banana and sugarcane are often propagated by vegetative reproduction to preserve highly desirable ...
*  Epoxiconazole
Crops are, for example, cereals (mainly wheat, barley, rye and triticale), soybeans, banana, rice, coffee, turnips, and red as ... Global agricultural market trends and their impacts on European Union agriculture. In: Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, ... In: Crop Protection. Nr. 25, 2006, pg. 1013-1023. Sunderland, M. R.; Cruickshank, R. H.; Leighs, S. J. (2014). "The efficacy of ... Farmers Journal, Crop Protection" (PDF). McCabe T. 2004. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-07-22. "Research and ...
*  Climate change in Saskatchewan
Changes in agricultural supply result from the combination of changes in yields and changes in crop acreage. Changes in crop ... weather is still a key factor in agricultural productivity, as well as soil properties and natural communities. Crop and ... while warmer summer could allow greater crop diversification including increased production of heat loving crops such as corn, ... Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences, University of Manitoba Adams, R.M., McCarl, B.A., Segerson, K., Rosenzweig, C., ...
*  History of Tanzania
"White farms were of primary importance as producers of exportable agricultural crops." Britain, through its colonial officer ... There were western agricultural and engineering managers. Most of the workers were Italian prisoners of war from Somalia and ... The Ardai plains were too arid to be successful, but there were good crops in the Kilimanjaro and Ngorongoro areas. Two days ... Iliffe, John (1971). Agricultural Change in Modern Tanganyika (Historical Association of Tanzania Paper no. 10. (Nairobi: East ...
*  Josenópolis
The most important agricultural crops are bananas, coffee, peanuts, sugarcane, and corn. In the rural area there were 446 ... The total area of agricultural land was 15,000 hectares in 2006, of which 1,000 ha. were in crops. As of 2006 there were only ...
*  Aurora (province)
Corn crops, rice and other major agricultural crops are grown in Aurora. It has a total of 38, 928 or 13% of provincial Land ... Area of Agricultural land. It also has 8,945 hectares (22,100 acres) of rice plantation that averages 24,000 ton every years.[ ...
*  Soda pulping
The most notable of these agricultural crops are wheat straw and bagasse. Using agricultural crops rather than wood has the ... Around 5%-10% of paper production worldwide is produced from agricultural crops, valuing agricultural paper production at ...
*  Australia-East Timor relations
Other potential agricultural crops are vanilla, spices, candle-nut and palm oil. Large oil and gas reserves lie in the sea ...
*  Padre Carvalho
The most important agricultural crops are bananas, coffee, peanuts, sugarcane, and corn. In the rural area there were 281 ... The total area of agricultural land was 10,000 hectares in 2006, of which 2,200 ha. were in crops. As of 2006 there were only ...
*  Veiled Prophet Ball
It attracted agricultural crops, crafts, demonstrations and attendees from throughout the region. In the economic difficulties ... Louis Agricultural and Mechanical Fair, an annual harvest festival which had been held in St. Louis since 1856. ... Louis as a manufacturing center and agricultural shipping point. On March 20, 1878, Charles Slayback, a grain broker and former ...
*  Dermabrasion
... agricultural crops, straw, reeds, maize, sunflower, cane sugar.[citation needed] Sodium bicarbonate and sodium chloride ...
*  Sun parakeet
At times, they forage from agricultural crops and may be considered pests. They require more protein intake during breeding ...
*  São Francisco, Minas Gerais
The main agricultural crops were sugarcane, bananas, castor oil seeds, and corn. The GDP was R$140,741,000 in 2005. Irrigation ...
*  Canjáyar
Contemporary agricultural crops are more diverse, and include grains, olives, and fruit. (in Spanish) Canjáyar - Sistema de ... Canjáyar is an agricultural town in Almería province, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. It is situated along the ...
*  Ciscaucasian hamster
In some years M. raddei becomes a considerable pest of agricultural crops. It can damage cereals and perennial grasses, disrupt ... It is mainly nocturnal, emerging at dusk to feed on grasses and herbs in spring and early summer, and on seeds, crops and roots ... in agricultural landscapes of mountain. Dagestan. Zoologicheskii zhurnal, 74(3): 123-133. (In Russian) Musser, G. G. and M. D. ... This hamster is considered an agricultural pest. ...
*  Resource
Some of these, like agricultural crops, take a short time for renewal; others, like water, take a comparatively longer time, ... Important examples are agricultural areas, fish and other animals, forests, healthy water and soil, cultivated and natural ...
*  Calotropis gigantea
Extracts of plant parts such as root, stem, and leaf affect germination and seedling vigor of many agricultural crops.[full ... Allelopathic effects of Calotropis on different agricultural crops have been well studied. ... Journal of Agricultural Technology, 2012, 8(3): 869-880 PIER - Calotropis gigantea Flowers of India - Crown flower Purdue ... University: Center for New Crops & Plant Products - Crown flower Dressler, S.; Schmidt, M. & Zizka, G. (2014). "Calotropis ...
*  Yolo Bypass
Agricultural crops from Yolo County amount to about $300 million a year. Most of leftover crop residue is actually beneficial ... There is no compensation for farmers who may lose crops or other losses due to flooding. The state manages the flooding of the ... Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics. Web. 23 Apr. 2016. 5. Kiparsky, Michael. "Floodplains: Lessons from the ... The main widely grown crops are: rice, safflower, processing tomatoes, corn, sunflower, and irrigated pasture. Half of the rice ...
*  Chah Ab District
The main agricultural crops grown are wheat, barley, flax, chickpea and sesame. Farmers concentrate their efforts on the ...
*  Hybrid speciation
Many agricultural crops are hybrids with double or even triple chromosome sets. Having multiple sets of chromosomes is called ... Many crop species such as wheat are hybrids, and hybridization is an important factor in speciation in some plant groups. ...
*  Farnern
Of the agricultural land, 9.2% is used for growing crops and 25.5% is pasturage, while 2.2% is used for orchards or vine crops ... Traditionally the local farmers practiced subsistence farming but raised a few crops for export. In the 19th century they ... is used for agricultural purposes, while 1.1 km2 (0.42 sq mi) or 29.8% is forested. Of rest of the municipality 0.16 km2 (0.062 ...
*  Guimba, Nueva Ecija
Since then, rice became the primary agricultural crop in the area. Due to this, it became the province of Nueva Ecija's ... It is expected that in the near future, due to Guimba's agricultural, demographic, and economic significance, it will become a ...