agricultural science

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agricultural science

[¦ag·rə¦kəl·chə·rəl ′sī·əns]
(agriculture)
A discipline dealing with the selection, breeding, and management of crops and domestic animals for more economical production.
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The phone's GPS (Global Positioning System) locates the gully's coordinates and connects to a computer model service that calculates soil erosion under various agricultural management practices.
John Deere creates its Agricultural Management Solutions(AMS) group to intergrate evolving and develop new technology into its equipment.
Factors measured included greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural management, existing land use, and fuel/energy use.
Although it may seem strange at first, we think that it should be possible to design and maintain urban landscapes like that at Lingfield Point with agricultural management techniques and wanted the image to explore this idea.
According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's Third Assessment Report, over the next 50 years approximately 100 billion metric tons of carbon could be sequestered through forest preservation, tree planting and improved agricultural management, offsetting 10% to 20% of the world's projected fossil fuel emissions.
Equally, it has a major environmental impact, as it is not only reforesting areas that were previously prime rainforest, but it is also improving agricultural management practices, thereby reducing further deforestation," the project said.
Cotching WE, Cooper J, Sparrow LA, McCorkell BE, Rowley W (2001) Effects of agricultural management on sodosols in northern Tasmania.
Since September 2008, the KAED II Project has conducted 16 trainings for farmers, dealers and service providers, focusing on the use of new and improved technologies of agricultural management.
Although widely recognized as critical in crop yields and quality, the manipulation of minerals in farming is a sophisticated facet of agricultural management that has resulted in practical applications in the field standing from academic theory.
Leaf, which she helped set up in 1991, works across Europe developing and promoting integrated agricultural management through demonstration farms, and innovative strategies.
This year, orders for more than 250,000 fronds have come in from 48 states and Canada, said Rae-Lynn Jones Loss, program coordinator for the Center for Integrated Natural Resources and Agricultural Management, one of the groups that developed the Eco-Palms program.
That eventually brought him to Punta Gorda, where he and Ted Raymond founded Agricultural Management Services Company.

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