green manure


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green manure

[¦grēn mə′nü·ər]
(agriculture)
Herbaceous plant material plowed into the soil while still green.

green manure

Green herbaceous plants plowed under to benefit the soil.
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1]) similar to that obtained in the conventional cropping, without green manure (19.
The slow release of nitrogen through decomposition of green manure residues may be better matched with its uptake by the plant according to its requirement that the inorganic nitrogen, resulting in efficient N-uptake and improved crop yield with least leaching of nitrogen [28,29].
To evaluate the effect of varying populations of two local cowpea varieties of contrasting growth habits on green manure production
Therefore, identifying and analyzing the factors affecting the use of green manure in urban green spaces in Tehran from the perspective of experts and providing solutions to solve these problems though developing this project are the main objectives of this study.
Type of manure that can be dissolved green manure farmyard manure compost or a mixture of everything.
2006) who found a significant increase in sweet corn root at the 0-15 cm depth under the application of green manure compared to the control (Farid et al.
There were significant differences in the use of the farmyard manure, pig manure, poultry manure, household wastes, green manure, and crop residues by both male and female farmers.
bruci as green manure can be helpful as cost effective strategy for increased wheat yield at farm level.