row spacing

row spacing

In timber construction, the distance between rows of bolts or similar fastenings measured from center to center of the rows.
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This allows the vehicle to maneuver easily from one row to the next, regardless of the row spacing. GUSS's greatest strength is its efficiency.
Fungicide treated seeds were planted during the 1st week of July in 2015 and 2016 in a single day at each site at a depth of 50 mm, with a row spacing of 0.45 m and plant spacing per treatments.
Seeding rates and seed treatments are influenced by many factors including variety selection, soil conditions, weather forecasts, and cultural practices (row spacing and planting dates).
The growth, yield and yield components of Safflower get significantly affected by plant and row spacing. In the literature, the number of branches and heads/plant got significantly increased when the plant spacing was increased [5][6].
Alterations in the spatial arrangement of soybean plants, regarding row spacing, density and uniformity of plant distribution in a row determines intraspecific competition for water, light and nutrients, in addition to being able of influencing grain yield and yield components (BOARD, 2000; KUSS et al., 2008; PROCOPIO et al., 2014; BALBINOT JUNIOR et al., 2015a).
Hence, both types of chickpea are produced in the country as well as in the study area (Figure 1); it requires developing site specific row spacing recommendations for chickpea varieties through conducting experiments for the area.
It was also performed the measurement of the PR in the rows of the machines traffic (Row spacing - PRRow), perpendicularly to the measurement performed in the planting row, according to the methodology used by Lima et al.
The marks from the dragging chains defined the row spacing and the "X" crossing points indicated where to plant seeds.
Among the various management factors contributing to growth and development of cluster bean, non-monetary inputs like time of sowing, row spacing and selection of variety play vital role in summer season.
The machine is designed for vineyards with a row spacing of at least 5.9 feet (1.8 meters) and features a six-cylinder engine that produces 175 horsepower yet is 35% more efficient than previous models.
The similar results have been reported by Ghafoor et al., (2000), who have been reported by Ghafoor et al., (2000), who have reported that the effects of sowing patterns on spinach showed that row spacing caused significantly higher total fresh yield.