English agriculture

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  • A course of English in Agriculture” is specialized English curriculum can be used as teaching materials for students of agricultural, agro-forestry sector in the state and refer to the Agriculture sector of basic education such as: farming, gardening, agro-forestry techniques ... University of Agriculture and Forestry and University Teachers (Agriculture Engineering).

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  • 'A husbandman', said Markham, 'is the master of the earth, turning barrenness into fruitfulness, whereby all commonwealths are maintained and upheld. His labour giveth liberty to all vocations, arts, and trades to follow their several functions with peace and industrie.

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  • After the death of Edward I in 1307 the progress of English agriculture came to a standstill, and little advance was made till after the battle of Bosworth in 1485. The weak government of Edward II, the long French War commenced by Edward III and lasting over a hundred years, and the Wars of the Roses, all combined to impoverish the country. England, too, was repeatedly afflicted during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries by pestilences, sometimes caused by famines, sometimes coming with no apparent cause; all probably aggravated, if not caused, by the insanitary habits of the people.

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  • Perhaps one day the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center will stumble upon the dust’s value for growing bigger and healthier soil organism populations, crops, forests—even a fading human race. Someone, perhaps the U.S. Congress, should probably inform them immediately, however. John Hamaker and this writer have tried at length to communicate with many USDA people, including the Secretary and Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, the Chief of the Forest Service.

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  • A further look at soil remineralization and its tremendous positive potentials will be of value here. Due to long-time general neglect of the need for balanced remineralization, these potentials are scarcely known, both by practitioners of the widespread “soil mining” chemical agriculture, and by the “organic,” “bio-dynamic,” and “eco-agriculture” practitioners.

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  • Rapid economic growth is the only sustainable foundation for the elimination of poverty. However, only strategies that include agricultural development can establish strong links between overall growth and reduction in poverty. Most strategies that seek rapid industrialization at the expense of agriculture, even if the intent is to alleviate poverty, actually slow down economic growth and increase levels of poverty. In a country with many impoverished people, policymaker must address both growth and poverty through an.......

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  • Provides knowledge of agricultural investment from the Perspective of the World Bank. This is useful for an agricultural country like Vietnam. This document is for reference only. Investing to promote agricultural growth and poverty reduction is a central pillar of the world bank's current rural strategy.

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  • The purpose of this book is to help students develop agriculture four languages skills and ability to use knowledge of the language in their communication topics of their expertise as well. The book consists of 15 units, each of which is divided into two parts: one part is presented in the classroom, part B is a self-study at home. The activities in each unit is designed for students to practice in the context of real life, can make the target language more authentic.

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  • Food availability, access, stability and utilization are all part of the multi-dimensional nature of food security. The “availability” aspect, discussed here, refers to the availability of sufficient quantities of food of appropriate quality, supplied through domestic production or inputs. Productivity is usually considered the ultimate benchmark when comparing the performance of agricultural systems. For example, those involved in agricultural research and development want to know how much yield would be reduced if conventional agriculture were converted to organic agriculture.

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  • Agricultural biotechnology offers great promise for Africa and tissue culture and marker-assisted selection are already in widespread use across the continent. However, the safe application of these technologies requires functioning biosafety systems. The report focuses on the special issues related to biosafety in Africa.Crops can be improved by conventional breeding, by tissue culture and by marker-aided selection. But for many improvements - such as drought and salinity tolerance - GM technology is going to be essential.

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  • Despite the tremendous progress that has been achieved in water pollution, almost 40% of the U.S. waters that have been assessed by states do not meet water quality goals. About 20,000 water bodies are impacted by siltation, nutrients, bacteria, oxygen depletion substances, metals, habitat alterations, pesticides, and toxic organic chemicals. With pollution from point sources being dramatically reduced, nonpoint source pollution is the major cause of most water that does not meet water quality goals.

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  • In little more than a decade since the publication of the first edition of Science for Agriculture the book has become a classic in its field. The book celebrated over a century of contributions by the United States Department of Agriculture—State Agricultural Experimentation research system to the growth of production and productivity of American agriculture. This second edition is much more than an updating of their earlier work.

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  • The book deals with several aspects of soil erosion, focusing on its connection with the agricultural world. Chapters' topics are various, ranging from irrigation practices to soil nutrient, land use changes or tillage methodologies. The book is subdivided into fourteen chapters, sorted in four sections, grouping different facets of the topic: introductive case studies, erosion management in vineyards, soil erosion issue in dry environments, and erosion control practices.

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  • This paper aims to assess the present situation of English pronunciation students of Agriculture University in Hanoi and suggests some specific methods to improve students' pronunciation. Fact that most students are not interested in the pronunciation until they have trouble speaking English correctly and the difficulty in listening to English tapes. Furthermore, they only imitate others pronounce that they claim that they speak English better.

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  • Poverty is a severe problem in Africa, Asia, South America and even in pockets of the developed world. Addressing poverty alleviation via the expanded use of biological nitrogen fixation in agriculture was the theme of the 15th International Congress on Nitrogen Fixation.

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  • Tham khảo luận văn - đề án 'cooperation programs and agricultural rural development "sustainable development in dak lak ca infected trees"', luận văn - báo cáo phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The Science of Animal Agriculture is directed toward teaching the basic science concepts involved in the production of agricultural animals. This newly revised edition contains the latest up-to-date information regarding the scientifi c aspect of the agricultural industry. All facets of modern agriculture are based on science. From the most rudimentary cultural practices to the most complicated biotechnology techniques, scientifi c research has produced the phenomenon known as American agriculture....

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  • Agricultural biotechnologies apply modern knowledge in molecular and cell biology to produce new varieties and similar genetic materials. The use of genetically modified (GM) crop varieties has grown dramatically since they were introduced in 1995, and large portions of the land allocated to corn, soybeans, and cotton are grown with these varieties. The evidence from the United States, Canada, China, India, Brazil, and Argentina suggests that these applications of biotechnology in agriculture increase yield, reduce the use of pesticides, and save production costs. ...

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  • The experimental research of the authors from 2003-2006 on the following agricultural products: Watermelon, sugarcane, cassava, groundnuts, maize and rice. The results show that post-harvest losses of agricultural products is very high: Watermelon 6.6 - 12.6%, sugarcane 1:46 to 3:26%, Wu 8.88 - 1.18%, rice 8:36 to 12:25%, 17:02% 13:33 Lac, San slices of 13:27 to 17:49% cassava flour and 5:17 to 8:22%.

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  • As a major rice exporter worldwide, the quality of rice has become a central issue for farmers in Vietnam, especially in the rainy harvest season. Therefore, it is important to dry the rice as quickly as possible to prevent damage but maintain quality. Conventional drying techniques such as flat bed dryers can take up to 8 hours (or more) to dry the moisture rice to safety. High-temperature drying can allow the rice to dry more quickly, so space and time taken to dry the rice can be shorter nhieu.Nghien agricultural science...

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