horticultural crop

horticultural crop

[¦hȯrd·ə¦kəlch·ə·rəl ′kräp]
(agriculture)
Any food-producing plant.
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Other topics discussed in the symposium, included optimising water utilisation for improved horticultural crop production in Oman (Dr.
After a horticultural crop is harvested, retarding any further growth and development reduces loss of postharvest quality.
horticultural crop production, utilisation to improve the economy of the nation.
Scientific storage of agricultural and horticultural commodities in warehouses and cold storages and the system of NWR is beneficial to the agriculturist growers of horticultural crop, warehousemen and the banks.
It plays an important role in horticultural crop production and marketing.
Mohammed Garba, said NIHORT was the center of excellence in horticultural crop research.
Kenya's annual crop production stands at six million tons of food crops, 4.2 million tons of horticultural crop and 500,000 of industrial crops, according to Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization.
The report, published in Hort Science, was the first peer-reviewed study to evaluate EDDS as a chelating agent in fertilizers used on a horticultural crop, Albano says.
In her new capacity, Sears will have overall responsibility for the stewardship of the pre-harvest horticultural crop product line, working closely with the national sales director and the sales team.
It is a profitable horticultural crop and provides income to farmers and agents involved in production and marketing.
Al-Dekheiri emphasized importance of the protection and development of natural resources through forest vegetation restoration, development of gum Arabic belt and wildlife protected areas and combating desertification along with the expansion of horticultural crop production, activation of agricultural statistics and indigenization of seeds industry in the country.