from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. C-reactive protein
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- Initialism of C-reactive protein.
- Initialism of composite reuse principle.
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- n. a byproduct of inflammation; a globulin that is found in the blood in some cases of acute inflammation
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Click on www. iowadnr.gov/crp. html for ideas and designs to maximize the mix of plantings on your proposed CRP fields.
The CRP is designed to clean up the river of garbage and waste, process and filter the water, so the clean water can be sent back into the river. digg this digg this email this email this tweet this tweet this facebook this facebook this
Sometimes they are bedded in CRP fields far from the nearest tree.
Governments also pay farmers to fallow land - as in CRP programs -, pays farmers not to produce - as in quota systems, and pays farmers to overproduce - as in production and export subsidies.
CRP is not perfect – it has not met its potential to improve bobwhite habitat, for instance – but it has been great for farmland wildlife and much better than intensive row-crop agriculture, which is where we seem to be headed once again.
Yes | No | Report from herbie57_57 wrote 1 year 2 days ago beagle boy you should read my post above, CRP is the Conservation Reserve Program, I worked making plans and contracts for the government agency who regulates it.
I wish we could get more native grass land habitat in CRP program in the Southeast.
New CRP is planted in native grasses such as big bluestem, little bluestem, switchgrass, indian grass, and western wheatgrass, along with native forbs such as illinois bundleflower, black sampson, wild sunflower, etc.
The huge loss in CRP land is primarily due to the government mandated use of biofuels.
In patients with rheumatoid arthritis, if the CRP is high, it suggests that there is significant inflammation or injury in the body.