Schuster, F. L. (2002) Cultivation of pathogenic and opportunistic free-living amebas.
Mainly in arable cultivation, with some former pasture gone to scrub.
The M. graminicola fungus causes the septoria tritici leaf blotch disease, the primary threat to wheat cultivation in Europe.
Cannabis cultivation systems in the UK vary from one light in a cupboard, up to industrial units holding thousands of plants.
You will notice that in all the cases of cereal cultivation there is no mention of any activity on central Dartmoor or district 8.
It provides a complete manual of chickpea production, from basic biology, through cultivation and up-to-date technology, to marketing and trade.
Despite the range of cultivars and technologies available for increased production, progress in chickpea cultivation has been slow.
Coca cultivation and cocaine production were broadly stable while seizures of cocaine rose to new highs.
In addition, their study on the current cultivation of transgenic corn in Spain shows that Spanish farmers have clearly benefited from the crop.
There is small-scale cultivation of the opium poppy in southern Kazakhstan.
The cultivation of cannabis is legalized for consumption and supply.
Climatically the Cape is ideally suited to the cultivation of the vine, with cool, wet winters and hot, dry summers.
The active cultivation of crops probably began twelve thousand years ago in the Middle East.
The cultivation of Bt maize also promises less pesticide use and reduced mycotoxin levels in the edible product.
France was the leader in the formal cultivation of mushrooms.
Outside the tropics, several species may be found in cultivation as greenhouse ornamentals.
The incentives offered to move out of poppy cultivation simply are n't enough.
In Argentina, intensive soybean cultivation has led to massive soil nutrient depletion.
This tension belt indicates the limit of profitable cultivation, notwithstanding its proximity to a large industrial population.
The overlap of Peru 's coca cultivation regions and the traditional SL strongholds suggest SL involvement in aspects of local drug trade.
To help finance its governing activities, the Company had in 1773 acquired a monopoly of opium cultivation in Bengal.
A ring ditch and evidence for ridge and furrow cultivation were also detected.
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Rice cultivation is the occupation of 89 percent of the Iban population (two-thirds of the country 's rice cultivators).
Pythium sp., which causes damping-off, is a major problem in cucumber cultivation in Finland.
They believed that through the cultivation of mystical ecstasy they could attain direct communion with God.
Cultivation Grow in poor to moderately fertile, very gritty, sharply drained soil in full sun.
The lands are enclosed and in a high state of cultivation; and the soil is tolerably fertile.
Frit thunbergi Another of the Chinese frits of which there have been forms in cultivation for a very long time is Frit thunbergii.
Evidence for medieval ridge and furrow cultivation was also detected.
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The same applies to species having declined because of intensive soil cultivation or seed cleaning.
The project aims to promote lac cultivation as natural resource-based, sustainable development, through the participation of young farmers.
The gains in cereal production often came at the expense of cultivation of more nutritious legumes, root crops and other grains.
Gleditsia triacanthos L., the honey locust, may be found in cultivation as an ornamental tree.
An authorisation for cultivation for Bt11 maize is pending and has not yet been granted.
They are intended to monitor the long term impact of the cultivation of an AgrEvo GM fodder maize.
Federal law does not permit marijuana cultivation for medicinal purposes.
Such epidemics constitute the major risk to cultivation of well-adapted pearl millet hybrids that can be reduced by effective crop improvement research.
These Orders form the basis of the largest mussel cultivation operation in the UK.
Almost 8.7 per cent of the Afghan population was involved in opium cultivation in 2005.
Opium poppy cultivation in the Golden Triangle: Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand (UNODC, October 2006).
Most people in this area rely on irrigated paddy cultivation and subsistence farming, and drought affects the livelihoods of these people.
There is a lower incidence of field pansy under reduced cultivation systems.
Seasonal loans are available for seasonal cultivation at an interest rate of 20 percent per annum.
The cultivation of Malmaisons is similar in many respects to the modern perpetual flowering carnation.
This activity is rare in cultivation in global terms.
Using self-cultivation we ultimately reap the harvest of a well refined character.
The stress now no longer falls on the observation of basic morality and the cultivation of wholesome attitudes as a means to higher rebirths.