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Among the topics are the econometric assessment of the impact of drought on the Murray-Darling Basin irrigation, drip versus surface irrigation in long term environmental modeling of soil-water-plant exposed to saline water, a fuzzy logic based irrigation management system in arid regions applied to the state of Qatar, determining water requirements and irrigation timing for Amaranthus hybridus in Maiduguri metropolis in northeastern Nigeria, developing an asset management plan for sustainable future Indonesian irrigation systems, Chestermere Lake in Alberta as a case study of the recreational value of irrigation infrastructure, and price and volume relationships across water trading zones There is no subject index.
Effect of spent Engine Oil on the growth parameters, chlorophyll and protein levels of Amaranthus hybridus L.
A few edible species (such as Amaranthus hybridus L.
Family name Scientific name Common name Amaranthaceae Amaranthus hybridus L.
Spodoptera exigua oviposition and larval feeding preferences for pigweed, Amaranthus hybridus, over squaring cotton, Gossypium hirsutum, and a comparison of free amino acids in each host plant.
Rhizosphere bacterial flora of Amaranthus hybridus.
Mziray RS, Imungi JK and EG Karuri Nutrient and antinutrient contents of raw and cooked Amaranthus hybridus.
Amaranthus hybridus was planted in a field within the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute in Njoro Kenya, whose location lies at 0o 22 S, 35o 56 E and at 2267M above sea level.
The samples of Amaranthus hybridus, Amaranthus blitum and Amaranthus cruentus--were separately subjected to traditional sun drying, solar drying and oven drying as described below.
Odjegba and Sadiq [14] also examined effects of spent engine oil on the growth of Amaranthus hybridus and reported significant differences between the control plants and those grown in the oil treated soil.