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a crop (other than fruits or vegetables) that is grown for agricultural purposes

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NDSU's "Large-scale UAS data collection, processing, and management for field crop management" project is a collaborative effort with the NDSU Extension Service, the Northern Plains UAS Test Site, Elbit Systems of America, and selected crop and livestock producers.
The distribution of acreage within these categories has shifted over time; for example, apricots and plums, which were important in Yolo County in the past, have been replaced by wine grapes, almonds and walnuts; and barley, once a major field crop, has virtually disappeared.
In 2011, approximately 228,000 farm businesses specialized in field crop production including wheat, corn, soybeans, sorghum, rice, tobacco, cotton, peanuts, other cash grains, and oilseeds.
The location of a sprayer within a vineyard is very straightforward compared to a field crop sprayer.
The Field Crop Development Centre, Lacombe, Alberta, Canada, will maintain the Breeder seed of Tyto.
The Field Crop Insecticide Guide', released by the Kondinin Group, contains more than 400 pages of chemical information relating to broad-acre insecticide, fungicide and plant growth regulators.
8 billion, making rice the eighth most valuable field crop grown in the Nation.
The increase was more in field crop regions, whereas in the traditional livestock breeding areas the UAA continued to decline as in the period between 1975 and 1989.
The assets to be sold include Bayer's global glufosinate-ammonium business and the related LibertyLink technology for herbicide tolerance, essentially all of the company's field crop seeds businesses, as well as respective research and development capabilities.
Field crop production reached 22,200 ton using 11,530 acres of agricultural land.
It draws on and expands two previous publications, Field Crop Fungicides for the North Central United States and Using Foliar Fungicides to Manage Soybean Rust, and adds information on recent developments, such as the potential for the development of fungicide resistance.
Wheat is the second field crop gaining area under organic farming only after cotton in Turkey.
After conducting this reclassification, we recalculated acreage estimates for each field, vineyard, or orchard polygon and summed them to obtain PLSS-section-specific estimates of total field crop acreage.
A WHEAT variety rejected by scientific assessors has emerged as a high-cropping, disease-resistant winner in field crop trials in North East Wales.
CV-307, PI 614090) developed and released in 2000 by the Field Crop Development Centre (FCDC) in Lacombe, a section of Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, Alberta, Canada.