1. of or relating to or promoting agronomy
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How To Use agronomic In A Sentence

  • ‘This knowledge can lead to applications that may improve corn agronomically and bring tastier and more nutritious food to our dinner tables,’ he says.
  • In that book, the protagonist is a professor of agronomics at the University of California.
  • This should not be a factor, however, if manure is applied at agronomic rates to meet crop nutrient needs.
  • Another potential growth-promoting feed additive may be found in the form of biopolymers of amino acids such as aspartate, which have been shown to enhance nutrient uptake in agronomic plants.
  • This has been done for agronomic traits in barley and for blight resistance in chickpea and rice.
  • The results suggest that when cassava is intercropped with a crop of high competitiveness, agronomic management should be adopted so that the cassava canopy is taller than or about the same height as the associated crop and it occupies most interrow space. 1. Green manure crops in irrigated and rainfed lowland rice-based cropping systems in south Asia.
  • There is nothing more basic in providing for ourselves than saving seed, and yet unless we understand a little about seed physiology, we risk putting ourselves at a distinct disadvantage, agronomically and economically.
  • Agronomics and economics have been as important, if not more so, than politics when it comes to making corn decisions.
  • Probably the biggest benefit of variable-rate technology is that it lets us sell in terms of agronomics rather than just economics.
  • Lack of reliable methods to propagate pure cultures of VAM in vitro remains a constraint to production and quality control of VAM inocula for large-scale agronomic use.
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