unmanured

unmanured

(ˌʌnməˈnjʊəd)
adj
(Agriculture) agriculture (of land, soil, etc) not treated with manure
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20] ranged between 20-43% in 2008 to 23 45% in 2009 relative to unmanured plots.
1986) and collapse of soil pores of unmanured plots and application of [PM.
1 Vegetables - sow carrots over the next month in short rows in unmanured soil to get small, medium and large carrots from July to September - cover the area with fleece to keep out carrot root fly.
However, 4 treatments were chosen for this study: C, unfertilised, unmanured control; NPK, recommended N, P, and K fertiliser to both the crops; NPK + FYM, recommended N, P, and K fertiliser to both the crops, and 15tFYM/ha.
Saunders[25] had found that manured sorghum plots had 40% more Striga plants above ground than unmanured plots.
On the other hand, Young and Mutchler (1976) found very little differences in thawing rates from manured versus unmanured alfalfa plots, and in nutrient losses from manured and unmanured corn plots.
Use a t-test to test the hypothesis that adding manure significantly increased corn yield compared to unmanured treatments.
Dig in manure and compost where you are going to grow potatoes, beans, peas and brassicas but leave a space unmanured for root vegetables.
I had last year on One Rood common field land unmanured forty [Bush.
1 Sow carrots now and successionally over the next month in unmanured soil to get fresh young roots from July onwards.
Application of manure changed the relationship of runoff total P and suspended solid concentrations relative to runoff from unmanured plots (Table 4).
A crop rotation that includes small grains and unmanured forage legumes will help to balance N, P, and K demand over time (Beegle et al.