Yes, Crop Farming Updates provides access to reviews and recent releases on plant science, agriculture, and related disciplines. This is to cater to the readers who share common passion in these fields.
Indeed, agriculture and other sciences are intertwined. More than a century ago in 1840, the German chemist Julius von Liebeg (1803-1873) presented his report on the state of organic chemistry to the British Association for the Advancement of Science (click here to read related page). In his paper entitled Chemistry in Its Application to Agriculture and Physiology, Liebeg stated:
"Perfect Agriculture is the true foundation of all trade and industry, — it is the foundation of the riches of states. But a rational system of Agriculture cannot be formed without the application of scientific principles; for such a system must be based on an exact acquaintance with the means of nutrition of vegetables, and with the influence of soils and action of manure upon them."
The word "vegetables" apparently refers to plants.
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Defoliation can potentially induce simultaneous maturity of mango leaves and thus synchronize floral induction.
Calculation showing the comparative advantage of young green coconut over other products, relevant issues addressed.
Reviews the existence of plant sex with some notes on early belief and its investigation by Camerarius in 1694, author's critical comments.
Cover crops have numerous benefits, also as source of forage and as groundcover and turfgrass in landscaping the farm.
Introductory account leading to the making of a rice paddy on land unfavorable for lowland farming.
Author’s testimony in growing peanut without the use of seeds nor the act of planting.
Perspectives on why growing peanut as a cash crop can possibly become a financial disaster.
Basic information on the what and why of contour farming and what is a contour line.