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The cultivation of plants and animals through farming, mainly for food. Agriculture is also known as the Geography of Food.
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It was a major point for cotton growth since it was cheap and easy to grow.
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They were near water becauses the plants need water and it saved alot of work to go less then 20 yards to get water for the plants.
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The question, as stated, cannot be answered sensibly. An acre is a measure of area, with dimensions [L2]. A metre is a measure of distance, with dimensions [L]. The two measure different things and elementary dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimen…
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By under going cell division
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It depends on where you live, how much money you have and how much of a mechanic ability you have. Corn needs to have hot humid summer days to grow, plus it needs lots of fertilizer in the spring to be able to reach its full potential. You will have to work with several types of machinery, from till…
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Yes, if the seed was dried before being frozen it should grow just fine. As I understand it, trying to grow from a seed actually frozen in the pepper while the pepper was still fresh won't work. Storing seeds in the crisper drawer in your fridge is the best place to store seeds.
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C&H sugar is made i'n Hawaii
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It was deemed unconstitutional in 1936, but has continued in various forms until this day.
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corn raised for consumption of cattle. hay.
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they used the knives they made. and had to have a lot of time
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In California, farming is mostly in the central valley. There is moist soil and great watering systems.
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scythes were mostly used in the ancient times.in greek myths,kronos used a scythe to kill his father.not much scythes are used now in wars. Answer In the US, scythes have been used as recently as the 1800's when prairie farmers used them to cut grain and hay for harvest. Mechanical harvesters have…
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"Vegetative Planting" is when you remove part of a plant and you put it into the ground to grow a new plant, whereas "Seed Agriculture" is when you take seeds from an existing plant and you plant them to produce new plants.
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Swamplands, alluvial plains, and uplands
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how does a person cause a soil erosion
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Salt content
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(From Wikipedia)The first known use of a heavier-than-air machine occurred on 3 August 1921 when a Curtis JN4 Jenny piloted by John MacReady was used to spread lead arsenate to kill catalpa sphinx caterpillars near Troy, Ohio in the United States.
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Gentle or flat relief is generally more productive for farming. 1. water is less likely to run off quickly on gentle slope 2. soil erosion is less likely to occur, therefore nutrients would not be lost. 3. easier for farmers to transport and operate heavy machines.
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cut down to a stump, truncate; remove tree stumps; challenge, dare; perplex, confound; make a political campaign speech; stub, strike the end of something against a hard surface
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No. Crossbow is a brand name for a combination of 2,4-D, one of the phenoxyacetic acid family of chemicals, and triclopyr, one of the oxyacetic acids.
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What area? 5 acres would cost around 12,500. If you want to start a five acre farm think about what area and where in the countryside.
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The youth of the world will play an ever-more-important agricultural role in this century. We will need continually more bright minds to help improve agronomic techniques, plant species and varieties, biotech in general, and to actually produce the food for an ever-increasing world population. One o…
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About 1/4 of an acre.
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The three principles of sustainability are Solar Energy, Chemical Cycling, and Biodiversity. Solar Energy: Involves the use of the sun to provide life to the plants, thereby providing life (and light and warmth) to this planet. Without the sun, or rather, solar energy produced by the sun, plants co…
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erosion
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Its feasible.
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Organic loam.
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Farming in Fiji has come a long way over the last few centuries. Mechanization led to the overuse of land, but now that the Fijians have a better understanding of how to marry technology and agriculture, land - and the crops - is much healthier.
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In itself, spraying fertilizers is not bad. However, some fertilizers may have harmful additives or pesticides mixed in. Also, fertilizer run-off could upset the ecological balance, get into drinking water, and cause excessive algae growth in bodies of water.
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California
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Manufacturers of beet sugar, high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), and artificial sweeteners have all taken a large share of the market away from cane sugar refiners
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The United States is the largest poultry meat producer in the world.
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It established the ongoing dairy price support program
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Per capita consumption of sugar (both beet and cane) plummeted from 1970, when it stood at roughly 102 pounds, to 1980, when it stood at about 60 pounds. By 2002 it had fallen to 45 pounds. This steady drop in consumption led to a reduction in cane sugar
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Slaughterhouses moved closer to the feedlots where the animals were raised
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In 2001 the industry shipped $60.6 billion worth of products
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Poultry processing was one of the nation's first agribusinesses, characterized by many small farms.
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Historians estimate that wheat cultivation began between 10,000 and 15,000 years ago, marking the beginning of civilization.
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More than 1.3 million acres of sugar beets are grown in 12 states
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Canada grows sugar beets
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This entry includes establishments primarily engaged in refining purchased raw cane sugar and sugar syrup. Sugar cane is cut and milled into raw cane sugar, then shipped in that form to refiners to be processed into syrup, granulated sugar, powdered sugar
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France grows sugar beets
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Germany grows sugar beets
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Michigan grows sugar beets
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This industry comprises establishments that clean, polish, or process rice. Principal products include rice flour, rice meal, white rice, brown rice, and rice bran.
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Wheat has thiamine in it
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In 2001 the industry shipped $60.6 billion worth of products, up 3 percent from 2000 and up 12 percent from 1998.
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rice, wheat, maize, barley and bajra(millet).
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Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM) of Decatur, Illinois; Cargill, Incorporated of Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Corn Products International Inc. of Bedford Park, Illinois, were among the leading producers
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Pasteurization insured a high quality of both milk and cream. Additionally, the use of pure cultures of lactic acid bacteria and the invention of refrigeration aided the preservation of quality.
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Feed is by far the largest input cost of producing food and fiber of animal origin, exceeding even the initial cost of the animals themselves.
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Industry leaders at the end of the twentieth century included Hershey Foods Corporation, Farley Candy Company, World's Finest Chocolate, Inc., Merckens Chocolate Company, and Ghirardelli Chocolate Company.
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Dean Foods
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A total of 1.35 million acres of peanuts were planted in 2002
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Pepperidge Farms sold 124 million loaves of bread in 2001
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DFA produced about 32.5 million pounds of milk
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By using protease inhibitors to break down starch and protein, refiners will be able to reduce the time it takes to soak corn kernels in sulfur dioxide from 24 hours to just six hours.
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Dean Foods
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Foremost Farms USA is owned by approximately 4,300 dairy farmers
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nearly 10 percent of all American sugar
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Critics of the dairy compacts charge that they are a price-fixing scheme and eliminate all pretense of market forces in the industry
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it is first dried for stable storage and then sold to a rice mill. At this stage, the rice is referred to as "paddy" or "rough" rice. Using high-tech machinery, millers shell the rice by removing the inedible hull
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The sugar crystals are dissolved in water and poured through a series of filters until the liquid is clear. The syrup is heated so the liquid evaporates leaving crystals again. The crystals are spun in a centrifuge
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Sugar cane is cut and milled into raw cane sugar, then shipped in that form to refiners to be processed into syrup, granulated sugar, powdered sugar, or brown sugar.
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In 1744, a German chemist discovered that sugar from sugar beets was the same as sugar from sugar cane. About 50 years later, another German chemist developed a method for extracting sugar from the beets.
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Many farmers throughout agricultural areas of the US follow this practice.
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Sandy soils are much more permeable that clay soils.
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Organic farming is the form of agriculture that relies on techniques such as crop rotation, green manure, compost and biological pest control to maintain soil productivity and control pests on afarm. Organic farming excludes or strictly limits the use of manufactured fertilizers, pesticides(which in…
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Similar to those in the north a+
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Riding lawn mower, car. power screwdriver
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the resources are zinc, silver, and molybdenum
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Cattle followed by small grains. oilseeeds and potatoes.
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0.3125 acres.
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They use a seed drill.
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It depends what type of agriculture for crops it would be plains for animals it would be plateaus.
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corporate restructuring that had characterized the chemical industry in the early 2000s. BASF's future, he stated, would be shaped by a combination of four different business approaches: internal consolidation of operations, increasing efficiency
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209,088 square feet are in 4.80 acres.
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You need to eat. The only way your going to get food for yourself and your family without doing the hunter-gatherer thing is buying produce off of a farm, which is sold at your local grocery store. It takes far less time to run to the grocery store to get a head of lettuce, some carrots and a slab o…
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All degrees for the College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Life Sciences will be Friday, May 13, 2011 at 9:30 a.m.
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Yes.
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Revision. There's no real guidelines on how, as everyone has different learning styles and some methods are more effective than others. Try out a few styles; write notes on post-it notes and put them around your home so you can recap whilst giong about your day, make mind charts, have other people r…
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It will freeze on the surface, rather than be absorbed into the earth.
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It's pastoral because it involves animals. Arable is with plants.
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The soil quality on the tundra is marginal to very poor, plus the topsoil is a very thin layer, not nearly enough for growing crops on. Also, the permafrost tends to be very close to the surface and tends to stay all year round, not coming and going like it would in the boreal and aspen-boreal trans…
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NO but excellent loobe
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Because they had perfect weather and slaves to do it for them.
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What do you mean by the acronym "AAA"? There are many different meanings of the acronym AAA, from the American Angus Association to the American Anthropological Association. It's really hard to answer the question when we're just left with this acronym. All I can say about this is that, if you (the …
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