Whether artificial selection has changed the uniform isometric relationship in grain crop
species is unclear.
Start sowing seeds of these summer grain crops
in late spring, after your last frost has passed and the soil has warmed.
In the past few years, plant breeders, geneticists, ecologists, and agronomists in the United States, Canada, China, Nepal, and Australia have begun developing perennial versions of wheat, rice, sorghum, sunflower, and other major grain crops
, along with ecologically sound, multispecies cropping systems in which to grow them.
All systems were designed to be as sustainable as possible, specifically that (1) at least one grain crop
would be harvested in every year, (2) crops would be rotated, (3) soil would be covered with vegetation or residue during as much of the rotation as possible, and (4) tillage would be minimized to the extent possible within each system.
The increasing trend for using grain crops
to make biofuels also puts further pressure on supplies.
The LEXION V530 VARIO header is designed for direct-cut canola, wheat, barley, rye, and other small grain crops
The paper quoted Yang Jian, an official with China's Ministry of Agriculture as saying China's policy is that ethanol should "neither be at the cost of foodgrains for people's consumption nor should it compete with grain crops
for cultivated land.
Certain amendments tabled by the EP's Agriculture Committee recommend an end to set aside land, encouragement for all grain crops
for energy applications, and a review all existing legislation in order to encourage cultivation for energy purposes, including forests and waste.
Will core grain crops
be able to supply traditional markets, and how will trait-specific varieties continue to impact cropping?
While wheat and barley are primarily grown as grain crops
in the state, they can be used for grazing, green chop silage or hay production when managed properly, as can rye and triticale.
Oats are much less winter hardy than other fall-sown grain crops
, such as wheat, barley, of rye.
The green fields, grain crops
and farming operations on the southwestern corner has attracted 10,000 birds.