fodder crop


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fodder crop

ncoltura foraggera
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Fertility program focused on educating farmers on fodder crop nitrate contents would be valuable in reducing nitrate toxicity rates in livestock populations.
Spokesman disclosed that on one side of the field of Cotton and Vegetable crops Rice, Sugarcane and Fodder crop should be grown so that excess water from Cotton and Vegetable crop could be drained to water loving crops.
Thus, cotton fields will be expanded at the expense of grain and fodder crop areas.
THE ProCam group, which includes County Crops, has acquired Field Options, a specialist provider of fodder crop seeds based in Presteigne.
Fodder crop requires negligible inputs and thus it appears to be more profitable compared to all other crops.
Table 3, Column 2 shows what would happen if a change occurs in fodder crop technology as an increase in expected fodder yields per acre.
Start by establishing a fodder crop that can be harvested and conserved as hay such as Rhodes grass.
It is highly nutritious, palatable (FAO, 2011) and a high-yielding fodder crop (Clark et al., 1992) that is well adopted in Pakistan (Chaudhry et al., 1991; Chaudhry et al., 1994 ).
Our standing crop of barley and fodder crop were damaged severely...we demand assistance from the government for our losses," said Bansal Jadhav, a farmer.
All six teams are competing against each other to produce the most profitable pen of lambs grazed on a fodder crop.
Farmer Mike Done allowed Colin, the public and local dignitaries to tour his organic calves and fodder crop fields.