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Synonyms for rotation

Synonyms for rotation

circular movement around a point or about an axis

occurrence in successive turns

Synonyms for rotation

(mathematics) a transformation in which the coordinate axes are rotated by a fixed angle about the origin

a planned recurrent sequence (of crops or personnel etc.)

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1: Effects of preplant fallowing, crop rotation and fumigation on growth on 'Nemaguard' peach rootstock in microplot trials near Parlier.
05) in the organic matter fractions between land uses (continuous wheat, crop rotation, crop-pasture rotation, and pasture) but not the tillage treatments.
Soil P dynamics within the profile is affected by crop rotation, stubble management, and tillage practices, in part reflecting changes in the organic P (Po) pools (Bunemann et al.
He created more than 325 products from peanuts alone, became a successful teacher at the African American school called Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute (later known as Tuskegee University), advocated crop rotation and inexpensive fertilizers to help farmers from wearing out their soil, and was even a skilled artist, one of whose paintings was selected to represent Iowa at the 1893 World's Fair.
ANYONE who had success with a first-time vegetable patch last year should now be prepared for crop rotation this season.
In agriculture, for instance, practices such as letting plots lay fallow for years at a time, intensive hand weeding, and cultivating a diversity of crops, often in the shade of fruit- or lumber-producing trees have in certain places given way to shorter crop rotation cycles, increased chemical use, and crop monocultures.
The kind of fungus you describe is known to occur in the absence of crop rotation from one year to the next, especially where conditions for growth are inadequate - as in the case of your poorly drained Newhall soil.
Complete with a profusion of checklists and planners, The Gaia Book Of Organic Gardening covers everything from crop rotation to making "green manure", from enhancing biodiversity to using botanical pesticides.
By 1750, the Kleists had abandoned the three-field system, placing their manorial farms on an improved crop rotation system that resulted in better yields and increased dairy production.
The USDA says the best way to protect soil is through improved farm management techniques, which include crop rotation, wind breaks, preventing compaction and smarter irrigation.
While crop rotation as an agricultural control has been around for as long as 3000 years, no one fully understands its potential benefits.
Grow a variety of crops and practise crop rotation, meaning you shouldn't grow a crop in the same soil for more than one year in three.
The committee will look at the pros and cons of each and how they would be incorporated into a crop rotation.