The average potato yield per hectare is 14-19 tonnes per hectare. The variety of potato and climate can have an effect on yield.
The Soviets constructed huge irrigation facilities to boost the land under irrigation from the Aral Sea
Luis Leopoldo Silva has written: 'Runoff under sprinkler irrigation' -- subject(s): Sprinkler irrigation, Runoff, Irrigation, Management, Tailwater recovery systems 'Runoff under sprinkler irrigation' -- subject(s): Sprinkler irrigation, Runoff, Irrigation, Management, Tailwater recovery systems
No , potatoes grow under ground
Potatoes grows underground
Yes it is important to increase area under irrigation because : 1) There is uncertainty in rain therefore irrigation facility become important . 2)Modern HYV seeds require more irrigation . 3) Other modern inputs like chemical fertilizers pesticides etc. become uneffictive if irrigation facility is not available .(Answer BY Viper4455)
it is made by the water being reduced by the rainfall. it holds the irrigation and rain in the stems of the water.there are many things that are affected by rainfall and irrigation
Under good growing conditions you may expect to get 50lbs of potatoes for every 2lbs of potatoes planted. This will depend on care, weather and whether or not disease is present. In other terms, 6 regular and a few small potatoes per seed potato
drip irrigation uses less water (up to 50% less) than overhead irrigation. fertiliser can be applied in-line as well. the exact dose of water can be delivered to the plant as and when required. less evaporation than overhead irrigation
Potatoes are grown under the ground, yes. The "eyes" of the original potatoe are put into the soil just like you would with a seed and then they are watered as a normal plant. They grow into a leafy plant ABOVE the ground which then grows the potatoes.
a system of transferring water to crops using the water that is recycledAn irrigation system is an under ground system that brings more water to land.
That depends on the weight of the potatoes in the sack. For the carbohydrates in potatoes by weight, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Questions..
Potatoes don't grow on tomato plants. They grow under ground.
it is made by the salt reducing from the atmosphere
Potato beetles eat potatoes. Frogs and rabbits also eat potatoes. It also depends on which part of the potato you are talking about the plant or the actual potato that is under ground.
R. P. Bean has written: 'Developing new land under irrigation' -- subject(s): Reclamation of land, Irrigation farming
potatoes,beets,radishes, and carrots
Today scenario that counts, www.usfarmdata.com comprises of irrigation mailing list which clearly files out the Irrigation Land and by its search under ranges, you can easily know how many irrigation acres they possess.
No beans are grown on a vine in pods. Root vegetables are grown under the ground, eg beets, potatoes, sweet potatoes.
Pineapples are the fruit of a tropical plant that grows to be about 3 to 5 feet tall. Potatoes are a vegetable that grows under the ground.
they are produced like plants are but they grow under groud
Potatoes are only really alive when under the ground
All potatoes grow underground.
No. You can eat them raw as well and not get sick.
From what I've heard yes they do.
that's a bit rasict isnt it? putting them under the category of soil...