Carrots Farming Guide: All You need to Know About

Carrots

With regards to carrots farming, below are the basic questions and answers on how to successfully cultivate and harvest carrots to make good profits from the produce as a carrot farmer. We grouped this guide as a question and answered them to enable you understand them better and easily be able to use them to achieve your plans. Now let’s get started with the questions and answers below: 1. How long does it take to grow Carrots? Carrots are available in different varieties and most of the varieties take around…...

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Where a leaf lands and lies influences carbon levels in soil for years to come

WAYS OF TACKLING DEFORESTATION PROBLEMS

Detailed shot of a soil horizon studied to examine litter decay. In one of the few such studies, scientists examined how dead leaves, roots, and other plant litter decay over a decade. The team used stable isotope labels to trace plant litter-derived carbon and nitrogen as the litter decomposed and formed soil, specifically the fraction of soil called organic matter, which comes from plant inputs and microscopic animals. They found that the litter type (needles or roots) and the placement in the soil environment both affected decomposition, but at different…

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Time and Methods of Fertilizer Application on Crops

Time and Methods of Fertilizer Application on Crops

To achieve maximum benefit from fertilizers, it is most essential to apply them at the right time and in the place. The amount and timing of nutrient uptake depends on various factors, such as crop variety, planting date, crop rotation, soil and weather conditions. For good agricultural practices, the farmer chooses the timing and the quantity in such way that as much as possible of the nutrients is used by the plants. For optimum crop use efficiency and minimum potential for environmental pollution, the farmer must apply the nutrients as…...

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Discovery of 8,000-year-old wine production in ancient Middle East

Archaeologists find earliest evidence of wine-making. This is base of Neolithic jar being prepared for sampling for residue analysis. Excavations in the Republic of Georgia by the Gadachrili Gora Regional Archaeological Project Expedition (GRAPE), a joint undertaking between the University of Toronto (U of T) and the Georgian National Museum, have uncovered evidence of the earliest wine making anywhere in the world. The discovery dates the origin of the practice to the Neolithic period around 6000 BC, pushing it back 600-1,000 years from the previously accepted date. The earliest previously…

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