agronomical


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of or relating to or promoting agronomy

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The farmers were also trained on good agronomical practices under level one of this scheme.
Climatic factors and agronomical practices have impacts on quantitative and qualitative characteristics of stevia plants.
Polar and equatorial diameters were larger in the T1 treatment due to the agronomical practices and protection from pests (Table II).
Department of Biology, Center of Agronomical Sciences, Universidade Federal do Espirito Santo, 29500-000 Alegre --ES, BR; tcarrijo@gmail.
Direct agronomical use of these waste flows is a choice to be made under careful control and is inevitably subject to the dictates of legislation related to nitrates.
The chlorophyll content of the leaves provides extremely important agronomical information on the physiological condition of the plants (Carter, 1994).
FAISALABAD -- University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Iqrar Ahmad Khan said here on Monday that climate changes had been affecting the agronomical patterns in the region and causing heavy losses to agricultural productivity and threatening the food security in the country.
Agronomical practices and power subsidies have major repercussions on water use.
Agronomical practices were performed uniformly in all of the treatments, except for nitrogen fertilizer, which was applied in three different doses, viz.
This work was partially funded by the French National Institute of Agronomical Research and by the European Union grant FP7261504 EDENext and is catalogued by the EDENext Steering Committee as EDENext422 (http://www.
All other agronomical practices were followed as per package of practices.
But on another level, this bold agronomical vision associates the farm's different spheres with distinct areas under Roman control, thereby allegorizing Rome's empire on the model of a farm.
Odile Pons is a faculty member of the French National Institute for Agronomical Research.