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|Statement||by N. J. Dudley and D. J. McConnell.|
|Series||Farm management report, no. 10|
|Contributions||McConnell, D. J. 1928- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||S562.A78 F36 no. 10|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||75584634|
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Nitrogen cycle (kg N per ha) of experimental farm ‘De Marke’ averaged over the period - (for lb/ac, multiply by ). The surplus nutrients of the farm can be partitioned into ammonia volatilization and denitrification (N only), and accumulation in soil organic matter, runoff and leaching (N and P) (Table 2).
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The main objective of this paper is to review the response of the research community through Water Research Commission-funded projects to conduct whole-farm level economic analyses of irrigation-related by: 3.
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Quantities retained for home consumption or. The record of model Brazil is not so encouraging in this regard either. During the s the commercial farm lobby managed to get the government to offer subsidies on interest rates for farm credit that by –80 were equal to 19–20% of the gross agricultural product, or 2% of GDP.
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In its lower course it is used for irrigation and the valley is cultivated and populous. Sustainable infrastructure development is vital for Africa's prosperity. And now is the time to begin the transformation. This volume is the culmination of an unprecedented effort to document. Real wages for farm workers increased one-half of one percent .5 percent) a year on average between and If there were a shortage, wages would be rising much more rapidly.
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Uninterrupted follow-up funding resulted in the development of the FARMS system of models (Meiring et al., ) comprising Windows-based computer programs to calculate irrigation cost, generate enterprise budgets, simulate cash flows and to incorporate risk into the analyses, with the ultimate aim of providing whole-farm decision support to.
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