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OYOsakeyhtiö (Finnish: limited company)
OYOptimum Yield
OYOsakeyhtio (Finnish: Limited/Incorporated)
OYOption Year
OYOperating Year
OYOrganizing Youth
OYOutyear
OYOxana Yablonskaya (classical pianist)
OYNew Zealand Life Insurance Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
OYCode for Danish Aero Plane
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2013), many potato cultivars are shallow rooted, which is sensitive to water stress and requires adequate water in the root zone for optimum yields.
5, with a 20 min reaction time the optimum yield of fatty acid methyl ester was 98%.
Seed yield generally increased from the control (zero fertilizer) to reach the optimum yield of 690 and 230 kg/ha for early and late seasons respectively at 200 kg/ha of NPK (15:15:15) fertilizer application.
According to a detective, the crop could grow an optimum yield of 320g to a street value of pounds 3,200, said prosecutor Oliver Thorne.
Locations are considered on the basis of the optimum yield that can be derived for Ireland.
Although it has been assumed that current composting formulations used for mushroom growing provide sufficient levels of nutrients to obtain optimum yield potentials, studies have demonstrated that the supply of micronutrients provided by current composting formulations may sometimes be inadequate to support optimum yields (Desrumaux et al.
Nitrogen and phosphorus elements perform different functions in crops growth and development and none of them can be substituted to act for one another in its special function in the crop, therefore, there is need for fertilizer application in order to obtain optimum yield from cultivated crop (Adepetu, J.
Corn, one of the three global crops which "feed the world," matures during the peak summer months and requires significant amounts of water for optimum yield.
It will help ailing plants, create bigger, longer-lasting blooms and give optimum yield and quality for any vegetables.
However, for optimum yield of good quality seed and grain, Bengpla is recommended for cultivation in the CS (major and minor seasons), S-DF (minor season), F-ST (minor season), and Guinea and Sudan savannas (early or midseason).
But NOAA has another mandate: to manage fisheries, "while achieving, on a continuing basis, the optimum yield from each fishery for the United States fishing industry.