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You can plant a food crop as soon as the cover crop is killed, unless there could be a temporary problem of allelopathy or nitrogen tie-up (keep reading).
Using a scythe or sickle, you can cut cover crops that produce a lot of biomass--hairy vetch, rye, and sorghum-sudangrass hybrids--and lay them out as mulches in an adjacent bed that's planted with food crops.
The following illustrations aim to highlight the developments in the food crop yields throughout the four provinces of Pakistan for the period at study.
IR-4 maintains seven pesticide-residue labs (three are ARS) responsible for testing residue on food crops.
Key Words: female food crop entrepreneurs, food security, informal sector, coping strategies, Cameroon
The widespread effect of air pollution on food crop production is a prime example of the linkage that exists between the health and vitality of our economy and our environment," argues Dr.
Infact, Bt Brinjal was rejected for commercial approval in India in 2010 as it's a food crop and care needs to be taken.
The business sectors they develop include cultivation of food crop, horticulture, plantation crops and animal husbandry.
Wheat: Wheat is the most popular food crop of Pakistan and its products are used in a number of ways.
Governor Terry McAuliffe today ceremonially signed the Food Crop Donation Tax Credit legislation, which establishes an individual and corporate income tax credit beginning in 2016 for food crops grown and donated by farmers to nonprofit food banks.
LAHORE -- Punjab government is organizing Wheat competition at tehsil and district level in the province with the aim to encourage farmers and boost the main food crop.
Bio fuels are often made out of food crops or grown on food crop lands.
It has gone far beyond a food crop and is now found in renewable fuels, inks, lubricants and a variety of other industrial products.
Established in 2004, the Global Crop Diversity Trust supports conservation of the world's most diverse collection of food crop seeds and improves the plant genetic resources for the world's major food crops.