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DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MONOGASTRIC AND RUMINANT ANIMAL DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MONOGASTRIC AND RUMINANT ANIMAL DIGESTIVE SYSTEM MONOGASTRIC ANIMAL RUMINANT ANIMALS Possesses only one stomach 1. Po...

CROP HUSBANDRY PRACTICES


CROP HUSBANDRY AND CULTIVATION

major crop husbandry practices is the Growing of at least one representative crop from each of the following groups: (a) cereals (b) pulses
(grain legumes) (c) Roots and tubers (d) vegetables and fruits, (e) Beverages and spices (f) oil, latex and fibre
(1) Transplanting








(i) The transfer of seedlings from nursery beds to their permanent positions in the field.
(ii) The tools used for transplanting are hand trowel, digger, hoe or cutlass. (iii) Plant is removed with a ball of soil around its roots.
(iv) Mostly done in cool weather, in morning or evening times.
(v) Transplants require shading to reduce wilting.
(vi) Soil around roots at permanent site are firmed to eliminate air pockets for good root establishment.
(vii) Watering is done morning and evening.
(viii) Mulch after transplanting to reduce evapo-transpiration.
(ix) Usually done at the early stages of development of the crop plant, long before maturity.
(x) Weak or diseased seedling should not be transplanted






HERE YOU WILL FIND EVERY AVAILABLE TOPICS ABOUT AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE AND BIOLOGY. AND THE LINKS TO THEIR VARIOUS SOURCES.
1. DEVELOPMENT OF AGRICULTURE
2. IMPORTANCE OF AGRICULTURE

48. BIOTIC FACTOR AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION
49. PESTS
50. BIRDS
51. DISEASES
52. SOIL MICRO-ORGANISMS
53. SOIL PH
54. ROCK FORMATION
55. IGNEOUS ROCK
56. SEDIMENTARY
61. PARENT MATERIALS
62. SOIL FORMATION TOPOGRAPHY
63. PROCESS OF SOIL FORMATION
64. WEATHERING
65. PHYSICAL WEATHERING
66. CHEMICAL WEATHERING
67. PRESSURE
68. WATER
73. BIOLOGICAL WEATHERING






80. SANDY SOIL CLAY SOIL LOAMY SOIL
83. SOIL TEXTURE

118. FARMING PRACTICES
119. BUSH BURNING CLEARING
121. FERTILIZER APPLICATION
122. ORGANIC MANURING FARM YARD MANURE






126. CROP ROTATION
133. FARM POWER AND MACHINERY
134. SOURCES OF FARM POWER
135. HUMAN SOURCE
149. PLOUGHS
142. FIELD MACHINES
157. PLANTERS
164. SIMPLE FARM TOOLS
165. AGRICULTURAL MECHANIZATION
166. THE CONCEPT OF