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The main parts of both are the bottoms, coulters, jointers, furrow wheels (or rolling landsides) and beams.
Therefore, we recommend the furrow planting pattern, which resulted in stable yield and 135 mm deficit irrigation as optimum considering the water shortage in the area.
Furrow systems typically require the lowest operating pressure.
One key discovery was that astral microtubules from two separate mitotic apparatuses of a torus-shaped, binucleate sand dollar embryo were able to signal the formation of a secondary cleavage furrow between them (Rappaport, 1961).
Goyal presents students, academics, researchers, and professionals working in a wide variety of contexts with a collection of academic papers and scholarly articles focused on the various applications of furrow and micro irrigation systems in a variety of arid and semi-arid growing contexts.
Present study was attempted to compare drip and furrow irrigation methods for water use efficiency, water saving, yield and yield components of sunflower.
In irrigation type, by many researches, it estimated that drip irrigation in this crop better than furrow irrigation [4, 10, 11, 24, 26] but in each zone must have economy assessment.
He may only be 28 but the [euro]365,000 a week striker couldn't furrow his brow during TV interviews last weekend.
The NCAP Field Coordinator arranged for a private service provider to rip furrow my land at the end of October.
Furrow presents fresh editions of 10 humorous poems, bourdes, from the 15th century for learners of Middle English, divided into tales of white magic, fiends and risen corpses, Arthurian bourdes, and kings and commoners.