6 Results for 'Maine, N.'

PR – Winter Grain Response To Phosphorus Variation On Different Soil Types Under Precision Agriculture (pa) (p347-358)

Phosphorus (P) is an important nutrient required by every living plant and animal cell, and deficiencies in soils could cause limited crop production, thereby reducing profitability. P is also a primary nutrient essential for root development and crop production, and ...Read More

PR – Winter Grain Response To Phosphorus Variation On Different Soil Types Under Precision Agriculture (pa) (p347-358)

South African agriculture has a dualistic economy: the first economy comprising of large commercial farmers, and the second economy composed of small subsistence and developing farmers. Supporting the second economy is a major need and priority in South Africa. In ...Read More

AP – Livestock-based Livelihoods: Commercialising Livestock Production Under Communal Land Use Systems

Land reform is a burning issue in most developing countries; The South African government also embarked on the programme of land reform in 1994. This programme is aimed at redressing the imbalance in land ownership and bringing previously disadvantaged individuals ...Read More

AP – Sustainable Farmer Settlement In South Africa

Keywords: variable rate fertilizer application, profitability, single rate application, yield monitor data, on-farm comparisons.

Po. The Profitability Of Variable Rate Application Of Nitrogen

Keywords: competitive advantage, strategies, farming success, global changes, multiplier effect.

Po. Secure Your Competitive Advantage In A Turbulent Global Agricultural Environment

Precision agriculture is one of the important agricultural technologies that can assist farmers and managers in promoting long-term success. Precision agriculture can help farm managers increase their management capacity, which is of utmost importance in the highly competitive modern agriculture. ...Read More