Winter crop


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a crop which will bear the winter, or which may be converted into fodder during the winter.

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The GRDCs landmark National Water Use Efficiency (WUE) Initiative concluded that complete weed control, involving spraying 10 days after a significant rain event, resulted in the greatest subsequent winter crop yield across 300 to 700 millimetre annual rainfall areas when compared with late summer weed control and no control at all.
Upcoming winter crop seminars are scheduled across the state to assist farmers on a variety of topics, including Federal Crop Insurance offerings, using drones to provide an aerial view for crop monitoring, navigating the crop insurance claims process should devastation hit your farm, and a market outlook on grain prices for 2019.
"The astronomical surge in DAP sales in September was because of the beginning of the Rabi (winter crop) season and reduction in sales tax to flat Rs100/bag," Momena Mumtaz, an analyst at Karachi-based Taurus Securities said.
Wheat prices sprung into action recently on fears that seasonally late snow storms in the United States may have impacted the winter crop. Planted late last year, winter wheat is in an advanced growth stage compared to other crops, which are still being planted.
Like his farming neighbours, Bilal Khan plants wheat in late October or early November each year, and harvests and sells his winter crop a few months later.
The winter crop seeds have dominated the Ukraine seed market in 2013 with about ~% share in the total production volume of seed in the country.
It will reflect on issues such as the effect of the extreme weather on cereals and oilseeds, the increased winter crop areas and decreased planting of spring crops, and the effect difficult early season conditions have had on crop disease pressure.
It will reflect on issues such as the effect of the extreme weather on cereals and oilseeds, the increased winter crop areas and decreased planting of spring crops, as well as the effect difficult early season conditions have had on crop disease pressure.
He spoke to Gulf News on the sidelines of a press conference at the centre in Abu Dhabi on Sunday to announce its winter crop plan along with senior officials.
"If there is a field with a tired ley, what better than to plant a winter crop to get that extra feed before reseeding?'' she said.
Add rich, oniony flavors to your winter salads and soups by including some leeks in your mix of winter crops. This is likely the most universally grown winter crop in European households.
He said the fodder prices have also risen because farmers have stopped growing wheat, a winter crop, which is also used as fodder.