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Madhusudhana, RN Reddy, SM Mohan, N Seetharama (2009) Identification of quantitative trait loci for agronomically important traits and their association with genic-microsatellite markers in sorghum.
We will continue to monitor the dispersal of this aphid species through the Midwest Suction Trap Network in order to provide information to researchers, extension agents, and producers regarding this agronomically important pest.
With his knowledge on GA-related mechanisms, he was able to contribute to improve some agronomically important traits of rice by molecular plant breeding.
Because of the potential damage SCMV could do to the agronomically important monocotyledonous crops, many efforts have been made to control the spread and multiplication of this virus.
Mineral potassium solubilization by microbes which enhances crop growth and yield when applied with a cheaper source of rock potassium may be agronomically more useful and environmentally more feasible than soluble K (Rajan et al., 1996).
While competitors market their planters as high speed, only Case IH has taken the opportunity to completely redesign a planter for speed and accuracy by combining the latest technology with an all-new agronomically designed row unit.
Therefore, it is of paramount importance to know the genetic variability, which allows the exploitation of the genetic potential of the population for the selection and fixation of agronomically important traits (RAMALHO et al., 2012).
Agronomically, the goat sector is well-established in developed countries such as Greece, Spain, France, Italy, and Australia for the production of cheeses or baby food products.
Agronomically, some have fewer boll weight and boll number.
Agronomically, it simply means that the soil has enough structure to hold moisture and nutrients.
Feedstocks with high N content may require pre-treatment, such as the addition of a smectitic clay, and then pyrolysis at low temperatures to retain agronomically useful N (Yao et al.
At the control and the test sites, rainfall leaching of salinity was critical for maintaining agronomically acceptable soil salinity parameters in the root zone.
Agronomically, the production of bedding plants of Stevia rebaudiana has been facing some constraints on the best stage of development necessary to allow the mechanical transplanting that requires a physical structure for using transplanting machinery as well as the determination of the best physiological development to impede early flowering at pre- and post-transplanting (CARNEIRO, 2007).