control technology automatically turns inputs on and off to avoid application to unwanted locations, the best efficiencies are achieved by adjusting the inputs within a range of values.
Soil scientist Don Tanaka and colleagues at the ARS Northern Great Plains Research Laboratory in Mandan, North Dakota, conducted a 4-year research project that showed farmers could save as much as 24 cents per cow, per day, by swath
grazing from mid-November through mid-February.
Determine potential visible swath
below satellite position at times [t.
But these inanimate swaths
were no match for the video itself.
Here we go again -- with the Russians replaced by terrorists, as they generally are in '90s thrillers: The hero is a very junior officer, in this case an Army lieutenant, who cuts a swath
through the Pentagon and ultimately defeats the bad guys running the Defense Department.
Collaboration with National Medal of Science award winner to accelerate development of new analytical strategies for proteomics mass spectrometry using "game-changing" SWATH
This activity is motivated by the current limitation and the potential offered by the use of Cryosat-2 swath
processing over mountain glaciers and are focused on providing answers to the following questions: 1.
width is 87 percent of the cutting width for quick, uniform dry down.
Containing several hundred thousand stars, the group spans a swath
of sky larger than any galaxy beyond the Milky Way.
One of the purposes of the current book is to promote the preservation of a much wider swath
of slick rock country across southern Utah.
Imler is referring to the coop's wide swath
On January 28th, Governor Mike Leavitt announced a plan to have President Bush declare another huge swath
of territory in southern Utah, the 620,000-acre San Rafael Swell near Green River, as a national monument.
They had been assailing a microphone with such "instruments" as an aerosol spray can and a swath
of popping bubble wrap, among others.
Hurricane Andrew cut a swath
from Miami to Fort Lauderdale, destroying much of the urban forest, including an estimated 60 to 90 percent of the trees in one 20-mile-wide area.
Fred Ikle, much of the book cuts a wide swath
down the middle.