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Improving the growth of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp.) by magnetized water

Sadeghipour, P. Aghaei

Key words: Magnetic water, water use efficiency, stomatal conductance, biomass.

Abstract

Magnetic water is considered one of several physical factors affects plant growth and development. 190 more words

JBES- INNSPUB

Drip Irrigation

A drip irrigation system introduced to Cape Verde by an FAO project helped boost the island’s horticultural production from 5,700 tonnes in 1991 to 17,000 tonnes in 1999. 32 more words

Agriculture

Watering Lawns

By John Wilson

Hopefully by the time you are reading this, we will have received some significant precipitation. Because unless we can get some rain soon, more and more people are going to be forced to water their lawns if they haven’t done so already. 566 more words

Community

ON DEMAND WATER SUPPLY AND WATER USE EFFICIENCY THROUGH BURRIED PIPE SYSTEM- A CASE STUDY

Land and water are the two basic needs of agricultural and economic development of any country. According to FAO, about 60
percent of water supplied in surface irrigation course goes unused. 208 more words

Plants Adopt in a Rough Neighbourhood

Many people think of deserts as inhospitable places devoid of life, but numerous plants and animals have adapted to this harsh environment, where they often compete for limited resources. 23 more words

News

Every drop counts

The effects of climate change are hitting the developing world hard. Effects like increased drought incidence, shorter growing seasons, and less overall rainfall are already impacting agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa, which mean that improved water-use efficiency should become a priority. 308 more words

AASW6

So....An Introduction

Hello Everyone. My name is Lorna and i am a self-confessed plant-person.

This does not entail having green fingers (i can only really look after cacti) or wearing any kind of hemp. 506 more words