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*  Light brown apple moth
It feeds on nearly all types of fruit crops, ornamentals, vegetables, glasshouse crops, and occasionally young pine seedlings. ... United States National Agricultural Library. Lists general information and resources for Light Brown Apple Moth.. ... "no documented crop losses in California at this time". The species has been classified as a noxious insect in the United States ... though more significant damage may also occur such that crops are no longer commercially viable. Leaves are webbed to the fruit ...
*  Sustainable agriculture
Cropping systems that include a variety of crops (polyculture and/or rotation) may also replenish nitrogen (if legumes are ... National Agricultural Library, Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Hayes, B. (2008) Trial Proposal: ... recycling crop waste and livestock or treated human manure growing legume crops and forages such as peanuts or alfalfa that ... managing crops to reduce water loss, and not planting crops at all. Indicators for sustainable water resource development are: ...
*  Plant virus
Such contact may occur during agricultural practices, as by damage caused by tools or hands, or naturally, as by an animal ... Examples include Polymyxa graminis, which has been shown to transmit plant viral diseases in cereal crops and Polymyxa betae ... 60 billion loss in crop yields worldwide each year. Plant viruses are grouped into 73 genera and 49 families. However, these ... on-line plant virus database Plant virus symptoms Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences. ...
*  Urocystis agropyri
Occasionally, total crop losses still occur, but the typical loss range is 5-20%. Losses may be either direct or indirect, as ... Chalkley, D (October 25, 2010). "Flag smut of wheat - Urocystis agropyri". USDA Agricultural Research Service. Retrieved July ... Ann Inglis, Debra , and Otis C. Maloy . "Flag Smut." Washington State University, Diseases of Washington Crops. N.p., n.d. Web ... Later, other countries identified it as the pathogen that was introduced to world crops through trading of seeds and infected ...
*  Agriculture
Agricultural Production Systems. pp. 283-317 in "Principles of Crop Production, Theories, Techniques and Technology". Prentice ... Multiple cropping, in which several crops are grown sequentially in one year, and intercropping, when several crops are grown ... Aeroponics Agricultural engineering Agricultural robot Agricultural value chain Agroecology Agroforestry Building-integrated ... Crop nutrient use may also be managed using cultural techniques such as crop rotation or a fallow period. Manure is used either ...
*  Open Agriculture Initiative
OpenAg advocates pursue transparency in the agricultural industry, and promote sustainable, local growing practices. Much of ... version of the Food Computer will be warehouse-sized Food Data Centers that will function on the level of industrial crop ... with the intention of creating a standardized open platform for agricultural research and experimentation. ... agriculture platform that utilizes soilless agriculture technologies including hydroponic and aeroponic systems to grow crops ...
*  Agriculture in Mongolia
Mongolia's staple crops were wheat, barley, oats, potatoes, vegetables, hay, and silage crops. Since 1960 agricultural ... The rise in crop production since 1940 has accounted for animal husbandry's decline in gross agricultural output. Nevertheless ... Cultivation of fodder crops began in the 1950s. In 1985 cereals covered 80.6 percent of sown areas, fodder crops 17.7 percent, ... In addition to the staple crops mentioned, Mongolia also produced small quantities of oil-yielding crops, such as sunflower and ...
*  Plant pathology
Biological Crop rotation may be an effective means to prevent a parasitic population from becoming well-established, as an ... Plant resistance Sophisticated agricultural developments now allow growers to choose from among systematically cross-bred ... Under normal circumstances, plant viruses cause only a loss of crop yield. Therefore, it is not economically viable to try to ... Across large regions and many crop species, it is estimated that diseases typically reduce plant yields by 10% every year in ...
*  Pemphigus betae
"Pests of Agricultural Crops - Sugarbeets: Sugarbeet Root Aphid". University of Idaho Extension: Integrated Pest Management. ... A concern among farmers is the impact that sugarbeet root aphids can have on these crops, which are colonized by and used as ... Crop rotation and simple foliar and postemergence insecticides are usually ineffective. However, Knox Out 2FM and Counter 15G ... The economic impact of sugarbeet root aphids on sugarbeet crops in southwestern Minnesota was studied during the 1990 and 1991 ...
*  Black Walnut (Clover, Virginia)
Agricultural crops listed in this inventory included "200 barrels corn, crop of tobo. 1790 supposed 15000" pounds. Livestock ... Other agricultural crops included wheat, corn, and oats. A variety of livestock were raised during this period, including ... During William Sims brief tenure, tobacco was cultivated as the main crop, along with other crops and livestock. After five ... Agricultural products were diverse and included eggs, butter, honey, and fruit. For the next 98 years, the heirs of William H. ...
*  Herut, Israel
One of the early agricultural crops was peanuts. Landmarks buildings include a culture hall, Beit Ha'am, built in 1959. "List ...
*  Buffalo River (Tennessee)
The second significant land use is agricultural crops. Pasture and hay fields account for 10% of the area while row crops ...
*  List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor
Agricultural crops represented the largest category of goods. In fact, the List had 60 agricultural goods, 38 manufactured ... Child labor and forced labor were mostly adopted in the production of cotton in the agricultural sector, the making of bricks ...
*  Biliran
... can support various agricultural crops. The warm lowlands are conducive to palay production and other tropical crops. ... thus the prevailing climate is ideal for the cultivation of a wide range of agricultural crops. There is no distinct dry season ... The cool highlands are favorable to high-value crops such as cut flowers and varieties of vegetables traditionally grown in ...
*  Yeşilköy, Hatay
The main agricultural crops are citrus and vegetables. The town is in a flourihing industrial area. Services to summer houses ...
*  Kasama, Ibaraki
The main agricultural crops are rice and chestnuts. The area is also famous for stone quarrying of a form of granite called ...
*  Leptoglossus
Several species are economic pests of agricultural crops. Like members of some other genera in the family, these bugs have ...
*  Doğusandal
Main agricultural crops are citrus, olive and tomato. "Turkstat". Turkish Statistical Institute. Archived from the original on ...
*  Basud, Camarines Norte
The municipality is producing three major agricultural crops. Coconut land occupies the largest area that has 10,324 hectares. ... Other crops are seasonal crops and are being for family consumption only. Copra is known to be the chief product and the main ... Rainfed areas are being harvested once a year with 60 cavans per hectare per cropping or 17.04 MT per year and even lesser in ... Pineapple, which lately bloomed in production due to the government assistance on crop loan, has made farmers to plant most of ...
*  Cyclone Val
... destroyed over 80% of agricultural crops. One of the first areas hit was the Western Samoan island of Savai'i, ... 50 million in damage and putting a severe strain on agricultural production and the livelihoods of farmers on the islands. In ...
*  Kadambankulam
The major agricultural crops are rice and plantains. Groundnut and vegetables are also cultivated. Many rare herbal plants of ... As the major occupation of the villagers is agriculture, around 60% of the area is covered by agricultural land. Kadambankulam ... People adopt natural means for ploughing, weeding and other agricultural activities. They mainly depend on manpower. This helps ...
*  Capitão Enéas
Important agricultural crops are sugarcane, beans, and corn. There are several small transformation industries. There was 1 ...
*  Kovur, Nellore district
Paddy is the major Agricultural crop produced. The L.Vannamei variety of Shrimp farming is the major Aquaculture production in ...
*  New Mexican cuisine
Chile is New Mexico's largest agricultural crop. Within New Mexico, green chile is also popular in non-New Mexican cuisines ...
*  Timeline of Phoenix, Arizona
1905 The largest agricultural crop is alfalfa. Flooding once again causes issues in the city. 1906 Construction begins on the ... Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District is created. 1938 - Phoenix Thunderbirds are created by the ... 1918 Alfalfa falls to the number two agricultural product, behind cotton. The Rialto Theatre opens. Spanish flu infects a ...
*  Teagasc
... eCollege Gurteen Agricultural College Mountbellew Agricultural College Warrenstown Horticultural College (closed in ... arable crop) Rural Economy Research Centre (social science research and policy) Hogan, Dick. Test tubes in dump traced to farm ... In 1988 Teagasc succeeded An Foras Talúntais/The Agricultural Institute (AFT) which was responsible for agricultural research, ... Clonakilty Agricultural College Kildalton Agricultural and Horticultural College https://www.teagasc.ie/education/teagasc- ...
*  Stanislaus River
3-4. "Stanislaus County Agricultural Crop Report 2014" (PDF). Stanislaus County Agricultural Commissioner. Retrieved 2017-03-11 ... Today, this area is one of the most productive agricultural regions of the United States; in 2014, Stanislaus and San Joaquin ... The farms and ranches they established are now part of the richest agricultural region in the United States. Early mining ... Originating as three forks in the high Sierra Nevada, the river flows generally southwest through the agricultural San Joaquin ...