What is it called when you grow crops without pesticides?
* Organic agriculture actually organic farming does use pesticides, what you're looking for is "biological control" which means it allows the use of synthetic fertilizers but trades chemical pest control with biological pest control. in biological control one applies parasitic wasps, entomophagic fungie and other such agents in much the same way one would apply chemical pesticides.
GMO foods are grown very much like non-GMO that are not being grown organically. The big difference is that some of the crops have been engineered to have resistance to herbicides like Round-up. For those crops, the herbicide can be sprayed directly on the crop without killing it; whereas, it cannot be sprayed directly on the non-GMO crops. Other crops have been genetically engineered to produce a substance that kills insects when they eat the… Read More
Arable land is land where it is possible to grow crops.
Same stuff as normal farmers, without the pesticides...
Farmers planted crops that did not need a lot of water to grow
Land that has the ability to grow crops is usually referred to as "fertile land" It's also called arable land.
People who grow crops and raise animals are called farmers or ranchers. Farmers generally grow crops and may raise a few animals while ranchers generally raise animals and may grow some crops.
Organic simply means grown without using pesticides or synthetic fertilisers.
they grow crops and stuffs
Natural vegetation, which is also called native vegetation, are plants that grow without human interference. Crops, on the other hand, are grown and cultivated by people for food and industry.
Very important. Without her, crops can't grow and there will be no food.
they are called vines and root crops like camote:)
The piping in water from elsewhere and using it for crops is Irrigation.
Farmers want to use pesticides because the pests that feed in their croplands reduce the quantity of grain that the crops can produce. This means lower bushels and consequently less money in the bank. Pesticides are used to kill off crop-eating insects so that the plants can grow to a successful harvest.
The unwanted plants that grow along with the crops is called weeds
without its fertile soil to grow crops Egypt would be a wasteland and its people would die becouse they have would have no food to eat
they grow crops in farmlands
Yes, I believe we do need pesticides. A pesticide is a substance used for destroying insects or other organisms which are harmful to plants and animals. Without pesticides some foods will not be able to grow and most countries would then, as a result, starve to death. If the pesticides were not there to use with animals, I am sure some species of animal would face extinction. I guess pesticides help prevent poverty, in a… Read More
Genetic engineering in crops helps make them grow faster and have more yields than non GMO crops. Some have been bred so that they are resistant to different pesticides, enabling the producer to spray for weeds that would normally kill that crop.
Yes - it can be grown in water - so long as the water contains the correct nutrients to allow the plant to grow. The process is called 'hydroponics' - and is commonly used to grow crops such as lettuce all-year round.
seeds of a fruit or vegetable grow crops
They used a farming technique called terracing.
Irrigation helped farmers to grow crops because the water in the Nile would spread through the canals and create wet land, so that the wet land would grow crops. Without the river Nile Ancient Egypt would have been a desert and wouldn't have been able to grow crops and create irrigation.
They are called wet-rice farming.
He could be called a agriculturist.
Without it they could not grow crops.
the lake Texcoco was important to the Aztecs because the lakes help the Aztecs grow crops on the lake which is called chimpas and they build it on the lake and grow crops.
To grow crops you need sun and water over time the crops will grow. Don't give the crops too much water or sunlight or it will overflow.....
What sort of crops grow in brazil!
we grow crops for cows,goats etc...
They use irrigation in times and places in which rainwater is not enough. Without enough water, the farmed crops wouldn't grow.
Yes, the Seminole Indians did grow crops. The crops included corn and squash.
Farms are places where crops are grown, they don't grow crops. The people on those farms do.
Just about anywhere near water. Also may depend on what you want to grow. Without water you can't grow anything. kapm
Yes, mansoon is the greatest thing that effects the crops in india. Even if the watered crops does not grow so much without mansoon after winter season. Th anks.
The same way crops grow everywhere else.
Yes they do Yes they do grow cash crops
help! i don't no what Italians grow...... i mean crops
Irrigation is needed to grow crops in the desert.
yes they grow crops on the river
The crops that Santa Ines grow crops like wheat , corn and barley.
They depended on the rain to grow there crops.
yes they did grow crops
most grow a specific a crop.
not grow there
What is it called when Burning the stumps to release the nutrients into the soil needed to grow crops?
slash and burn
Plants cannot grow without nutrients so fertility is vital for usable crops.