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CROP HUSBANDRY PRACTICES

CROP HUSBANDRY AND CULTIVATION. major crop husbandry practices is the Growing of at least one representative crop from each of the following groups: (a) cereals (b) pulses

(grain legumes) (c) Roots and tubers (d) vegetables and fruits, (e) Beverages and spices (f) oil, latex and fibre
(1) Transplanting

(i) The transfer of seedlings from nursery beds to their permanent positions in the field.
(ii) The tools used for transplanting are hand trowel, digger, hoe or cutlass. (iii) Plant is removed with a ball of soil around its roots.
(iv) Mostly done in cool weather, in morning or evening times.
(v) Transplants require shading to reduce wilting. (vi) Soil around roots at permanent site are firmed to eliminate air pockets for good root establishment.

(vii) Watering is done morning and evening.
(viii) Mulch after transplanting to reduce evapo-transpiration.
(ix) Usually done at the early stages of development of the crop plant, long before maturity.
(x) Weak or diseased seedling should not be transplanted

crop husbandry

 the cultivation and production of edible crops or of animals for food; agriculture; farming. the science of raising crops or food animals. careful or thrifty management; frugality, thrift, or conservation. the management of domestic affairs or of resources generally.

economic tools for nation building

  1. budgeting
  2. factors affecting the expansion of industries
  3. mineral resources and the mining industries
  4. demand and supply
  5. types of demand curve and used
  6. advertising industry
  7. factors of production
  8. entrepreneur
  9. joint stock company
  10. public enterprises
  11. private enterprises
  12. limited liability companies
  13. migration
  14. population
  15. market concept
  16. money market
  17. shares
  18. how companies raises funds for expansion

WEED AND THEIR BOTANICAL NAMES
1. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AFFECTING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION
2. DISEASES

  1. mineral resources and the mining industries
  2. demand and supply
  3. types of demand curve and used
  4. advertising industry
  5. factors of production
  6. entrepreneur
  7. PROTOZOAN DISEASES
    155. TRYPONOSOMIASIS159. TAPE WORM
    160. ROUND WORM OF PIGS
    161. LIVER FLUKE
    162. ECTO PARASITES
    163. TICK

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