It was in late 2013 when the farmers began looking at the possibility of raising sweet potatoes as a cash crop
Their results indicate that winter rye crops seeded in not-ill corn/soybean systems when the cash crops
were mature have the potential to reduce annual nitrate loss in field drainage by about 43 percent, or by 18 pounds per acre.
In a worst-case scenario they can dramatically reduce cash crop
yields if left unchecked.
Still, the returns on high-end cash crops
look good and agriculture ministry spokesman Abdul Majeed Qarar said "every day more and more farmers express interest in growing saffron".
Ethiopia wants to boost tea production to diversify exports away from its major cash crop
In the December Bulletin of Cannabis Reform, drug policy researcher Jon Gettman uses government data to estimate that marijuana produced in the United States is worth nearly $36 billion a year to growers, making it the country's biggest cash crop
A common plant that grows abundantly in the forests and undeveloped pastures of southern Georgia may be an alternative cash crop
for the state.
Thanks to the aggressive action, national production of onions, a key cash crop
, has tripled over 20 years.
It made sense to us to add another cash crop
for Sudbury's farmers and even more sense to repatriate energy dollars to the local community.
Kenis has been working with Zambian researcher Gudeta Sileshi of the World Agroforestry Center to make edible insect larvae a sustainable cash crop
com) Products: Focus groups and surveys with dairy producers, cash crop
growers and businesses; recruiting and facility rental, plus moderating
Study of potential cash crop
halophytes by a quick check system.
Tucked in between the freshly built houses, within a pitchfork's throw of the clogged freeways of Southern California, an unlikely cash crop
This is a great cash crop
, and a chance for farmers to diversify and save their farms.
If poor farmers press their demand for more of Bolivia's ready cash crop
, coca, it will be very hard to say no.