| Rig & Furrow
(Ridge & Furrow
), an exhibition of new paintings and prints by Mary Ann Rogers can be seen at the Mary Ann Rogers Gallery in Hexham, Northumberland.
The lower end of each seed tube terminates in a hoe, shoe or disc-type furrow
opener that makes a furrow
in the soil into which the seeds are dropped.
Water Management Research Center at University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, introduced bed and furrow
planter to plant four wheat rows on a 90 cm bed and furrow
system , and the results showed around 49% saving in irrigation water timing and 18% higher yield with raised bed planting in comparison with flat sowing [11, 18, 19].
The treatments were sowing of seed on flat bed (seed broadcasting), flat bed (drilling in rows), raised bed and ridge bed (furrow
The irrigation methods were furrow
irrigation for furrow
and flood irrigation for uniform row and wide-narrow row.
The investment costs for irrigation systems also vary considerably, from about $210 per acre for furrow
and $556 per acre for a quarter-section center-pivot system, to $1,200 per acre for an SDI installation in 2011 dollar values (Amosson et al.
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).
Distributors often want to solidify their relationship with their customers, Furrow
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Results showed that higher water use efficiency of 0.68 kg m-3 under drip irrigation, while lowest water use efficiency of 0.25 kg m-3 found under furrow
A species of Tannudiscus with a subconical frontal glabellar lobe, which reaches the anterior border furrow
and is 52-61% the length of the posterior glabellar lobe.
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.