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  • adverb With reference to agronomics

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Examples

  • Everybody thought that other problems were more overwhelming, problems of corruption, governance, land tenure and then technically, agronomically, the need for improved [plant] varieties, he said.

    Experts, Activists Debate How to Improve Africa's Soil

  • Why are a select group of people, probably in St. Louis (home of Monsanto), going to all this trouble to make sure we have an agronomically flat, untested GMO world that leaves our food systems vulnerable to climate change, pest and disease outbreaks?

    They Call It "Pharming" And It's Phrightening!

  • Because of the lack of attention, fonio is still agronomically primitive.

    3. Fonio (Acha)

  • Although agronomically inefficient, it eliminates many drying and storage problems.

    5. Pearl Millet: Subsistence Types

  • Despite the poor levels of digestibility, it was rated as the most agronomically adaptable of the species tested, comparing well with Leucaena leucocephala, Gliricidia septum, Sesbania spp. and Albizia falcataria in terms of growth and resistance to pests and diseases.

    Chapter 7

  • The Indonesian populations appear to be agronomically superior and may be partially inbred; if so they could be invaluable in hybrid seed production.

    Chapter 27

  • Plant breeders, on discovering that primary triticales were not agronomically useful, began to hybridize these triticales with other primary types and with wheat, or even some other species.

    5 Breeding Triticale

  • That is, the two plants of the agronomically homologous pair may occupy similar agro-ecological niches, but the plants 'biochemistry, enabling them to occupy the respective homologous biological niches, may differ.

    Chapter 19

  • Riviera has never looked better ... agronomically.

    GeoffShackelford.com

  • The old praqctice of "loading" the soil with all the N you may need for the season is not only agronomically and environmentally unsound, but also economically unsound.

    Grist - the Latest from Grist

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