2 edition of Double cropping and interplanting found in the catalog.
Double cropping and interplanting
Jane Potter Gates
|Statement||Jane Potter Gates.|
|Series||Quick bibliography series -- QB 91-122., Quick bibliography series -- 91-122.|
|Contributions||National Agricultural Library (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||44|
through multi-cropping and interplanting. In progressing toward this objective the cropping index of the whole country has been raised from percent in to percent in In South China, the index may even attain percent, which is probably the most intensive use of land for any large area of the world. To open up more land. Interplanting crops is a space-saving, vegetable gardening technique that takes advantage of every inch of garden real estate. While it’s a handy method for anyone, it’s especially popular with those that have small-space gardens. When you’re interplanting crops, there .
Double cropping and interplanting, January - May citations / prepared by Jayne T. : Jayne T. MacLean. intercropping and crop rotation, their advantages. Intercropping and crop rotation are alternative strategies applied in multiple cropping, the growing of two or more crops in the same piece of cropping systems have resulted to increased farm production and profitability per .
There is large diversity in Chinese cropping systems including single, double and triple cropping (Fig. ). The major reasons for multiple cropping systems are to increase grain production and to maximize resource-use efficiency, which is facilitated by family labor (Zhou et al., ). China has a small farmland area per capita with the. Crop rotation versus interplanting, succession, companion planting, etc. Asked Ma , PM EDT I am a new vegetable grower, trying to read a lot and learn.
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Double Cropping and Interplanting January - February TITLE: Double Cropping and Interplanting AUTHOR: Mary V. Gold Alternative Farming Systems Information Center National Agricultural Library PUBLICATION DATE: August SERIES: QB UPDATES: QB NAL Call no.: aZN3 no CONTACT: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center National.
Get this from a library. Double cropping and interplanting: January - May [Jane Potter Gates; National Agricultural Library (U.S.)].
Get this from a library. Double cropping and interplanting, January - May citations. [Jayne T MacLean; National Agricultural Library (U.S.)]. Get this from a library. Double cropping and interplanting, - March citations. [Jayne T MacLean; National Agricultural Library (U.S.)].
Double cropping and interplanting, citations Series Title: NAL-bibl. Creator: Technical Information Systems (U.S.) Bebee, Charles N.
National Agricultural Library (U.S.) Place of Publication: Beltsville Md Publisher: Technical Information Systems, Science and Education Administration Publication Date: Language: English. Double Cropping and Interplanting (QB ) Quick Bibliography Series: QBUpdates QB citations in English from AGRICOLA in this bibliography were entered in the AGRICOLA database between Double cropping and interplanting book - February By Mary V.
Gold, Alternative Farming Systems Information Center. Growing coriander with your cabbage can be a deterrent for cabbage pests on young plants.
Plus, it also gets you a fast crop of coriander greens while your slower-growing cabbage gets going. Mix and Match. The best interplanting strategies tend to fulfill multiple roles.
Interplanting – when module tray or pot-raised seedlings are planted out (rather than sown) between an existing crop – has its advantages. It does away with any need for thinning seedlings, which is trickier when delving through the foliage of another 'in the way' crop to get at them.
Tangible benefits, however, come from intercropping (also known as relay planting, interplanting or undersowing), which is when one crop (or cover crop) is.
Double Cropping and Interplanting (QB ) Quick Bibliography Series: QBUpdates QB citations in English from AGRICOLA in this bibliography were entered in the AGRICOLA database between January - February Intercropping can be defined as a multiple cropping system that two or more crops planted in a field during a growing season.
Intercropping is a ways to increase diversity in an agricultural. Get this from a library. Double cropping and interplanting: January - February [Mary V Gold; National Agricultural Library (U.S.)]. Row Planting: When you have at least two types of vegetable with at least one in rows.
Mixed Intercropping: Otherwise known as basic interplanting, involves mixing crops in any available space when you plant two crops together and do not use rows, such as when you have two different sized plants.
Relay Planting: When you sow a second crop in time to mature after a first crop has : Colleen Vanderlinden. Double cropping and interplanting, - March citations / searched by Jayne T. : Jayne T. MacLean. The potential for relay intercropping and double cropping was assessed in field trials over three consecutive years at Gatton, Queensland.
The rationale was to use controlled traffic technology to facilitate relay and double cropping and thus research a cropping system that could exploit late winter crop Author: Peter Michael Masasso.
“sequential multiple cropping” is used inte rchangeably with succession multiple cropping. Double cropping: This is a form of multiple cropping in which two crops are grown in sequence or interplanted on the same land in a month period (a year).
Double cropping and interplanting, June August citations / prepared by Jayne T. : Jayne T. MacLean. enable production of a second crop in areas where time for seeding the second crop following harvest of the first is considered inadequate for double cropping. This is not considered a cover cropping practice, but a method of double cropping and may fall under the RMA 1st / 2nd crop rules.
Double-Cropping. Intercropping (also known as interplanting or double cropping) is key to making the most of limited space. While I do use intercropping techniques every year it’s not something I usually plan to any great extent.
Fast-growing, undemanding intercropping stars like lettuce and radishes are so quick and easy I just pop them in wherever I have. Intercropping, Polyculture or Relay Cropping in the vegetable Garden Intercropping is in.
Whether you call it relay cropping, polyculture, double crop or multiple cropping it’s a specific form of companion planting and a fine way to increase the harvest from your garden. Double cropping and interplanting, - March citations / By Jayne T. MacLean and National Agricultural Library Companion crops, Double cropping.
Publisher: Beltsville, Md: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library.Interseeding cover crops into established cash crops can increase cover crop productivity and the range of cover crop species that can be used in a region.
For example, clover can be interseeded into corn during the last inter-row cultivation (96), whereas clovers sown after corn harvest establish poorly and have little time for growth before.Gold, Mary V.: Double cropping and interplanting: January - February / (Beltsville, Md.: National Agricultural Library, ), also by National Agricultural Library .