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polyculture

(ˈpɒlɪˌkʌltʃə)
n
(Agriculture) agriculture the cultivation of multiple crops or animals at the same time, or an instance of this
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The objective of the present study is to analyze the growth performance of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) (G) and brown trout (Salmo trutta ssp) (K) monoculture and polyculture in 75-25%, 66-34% and 50-50% stocking rates and its effects on food utilization and to determine the results with respect to aquaculture.
Polyculture of tuberoses (carrot, beet and radish) with broadleaves (arugula, lettuce and coriander) is a practice that has been used in vegetable crop production systems in the semi-arid Potiguar region.
Polyculture is the system in which fast growing compatible species of different feeding habits are stocked in different proportions in the same pond, which has been in practice from the very beginning of the fish culture in China and in Indian subcontinent.
Effects of C/N ratio and periphyton substrates on pond ecology and production performance in giant freshwater prawn Macrobrachium rosenbergii (De Man, 1879) and tilapia Oreochromis niloticus (Linnaeus, 1758) polyculture system.
The mexicans in its heyday (centuries XIV to XVI) cultivated tomato in a polyculture system called milpa and due to the conditions of the soils, characterized by abundant swamps and wetlands the chinampas were developed and constituted a element of local identity (GONZALEZ & TORRES, 2014).
Treatment of landfill leachate by polyculture constructed wetlands planted with native plants
In time, my neighbor converted all of his tillable acres to a program employing polyculture cover crops as part of the annual rotation.
Other type of farming should be considered, such as the polyculture studied for the Mayan cichlid and Nile tilapia (Hernandez et al.
The fingerlings (10 each fish species) were randomly distributed among the three tanks with triplicates (already marked with animal, plant and mixed according to feed based) for polyculture at a stocking density of 30 fish/tank.
This is so because in the polyculture of integrated fauna and macroalgal mariculture, the wastes from one consumer become a resource for the other in the mutually beneficial system.
There are at least 2,000 ha of under-utilized ponds suitable for bangus-tiger prawn and bangus-vannamei polyculture.
A Hadjret Ennoss, les travaux d'un projet ambitieux dedie a la polyculture qui date depuis l'annee 2005, seront entames incessamment.