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The Citrus Butterfly, Papilio demoleus Linnaeus is a major pest of Curry leaf, Murraya koenigii (Rutaceae) plantations at multitier agro-forestry field, IGKV, Raipur. It is one of the economically important pests whose larval forms cause serious damage by devouring large quantity of foliage during...

Author(s)
Sahu, C. M.; Nirala, Y. P. S.; Painkra, K. L.; Ganguli, J. L.
Publisher
Serials Publications, New Delhi, India
Citation
International Journal of Tropical Agriculture, 2015, 33, 2 (Part I), pp 525-528
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Research to develop and evaluate pest management tactics requires meaningful measurements of populations of pests and/or beneficial organisms for accurate and precise estimation. Sample size and number of samples corresponding to fixed levels of precision varies with the population levels of...

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Kityo, R.; Cugala, D.
Publisher
RUFORUM, Kampala, Uganda
Citation
Fifth African Higher Education Week and RUFORUM Biennial Conference 2016, "Linking agricultural universities with civil society, the private sector, governments and other stakeholders in support of agricultural development in Africa", Cape Town, South Africa, 17-21 October 2016, 2016, pp 451-457
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This study describes the establishment of a compatible volume estimation model for Acacia mangium Willd on the basis of 279 felled sample trees collected from the A. mangium plantation stands in South Sumatra, Indonesia. The model comprises of a total volume model and a stem taper model, which is...

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Krisnawati, H.
Publisher
Research, Development and Innovation Agency, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Jakarta, Indonesia
Citation
Indonesian Journal of Forestry Research, 2016, 3, 1, pp 49-64
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The wood turning process is comprised of two stages: preceding (rough) and finishing (fine) working. This paper describes the development of automatic control of the finishing stage of longitudinal (external) turning. The three wood species used were: Fagus moesiaca, Quercus sessiliflora [Q....

Author(s)
Dedić, A.
Publisher
Forest Research Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria
Citation
Study, conservation and utilisation of forest resources. Proceedings of the Second Balkan Scientific Conference, Sofia, Bulgaria, 3-5 June 1996. Volume II, 1996, pp 241-246
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The legislative requirements introduced by Legislative Decree 150/2012 require an innovative pest management approach. In this regard, the technological innovations comparable to precision agriculture are able to provide optimal solutions in order to achieve agricultural sustainable practices. On...

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Sarri, D.; Lisci, R.; Rimediotti, M.; Caruso, S.; Bosco, V.; Vieri, L.; Vieri, M.
Publisher
Alma Mater Studiorum, Universitá di Bologna, Bologna, Italy
Citation
Atti, Giornate Fitopatologiche, Chianciano Terme (Siena), 18-21 marzo 2014, Volume primo, 2014, pp 651-660
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A novel systematic competition experiment was designed and tested for the investigation of spatial and threshold aspects of interspecific competition resulting from in situ weed communities in commercial Eucalyptus plantations. The design was applied at three diverse sites in Zululand (South...

Author(s)
Little, K. M.; Schumann, A. W.
Publisher
Weed Science Society of Victoria Inc., Victoria, Australia
Citation
Proceedings of the 11th Australian Weeds Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 30 September - 3 October 1996, 1996, pp 440-443
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Objective: The paper was to preliminarily investigate the low yield reason of Camellia oleifera caused by fruit and flower dropping in Dehong prefecture. Method: Pollen viability of C. oleifera was determined using I-KI and TTC (2,3,5-triphenyl tetrazolium chloride) method, the germination rate of...

Author(s)
Wang Meng; Shi ZhuoGong; Si ZhiHong; Yin JiaBi
Publisher
Hunan Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Changsha, China
Citation
Agricultural Science & Technology - Hunan, 2012, 13, 2, pp 315-317
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Traditional Chinese furniture is a valuable part of world cultural heritage. Its long history can be divided into four periods: "the youth period", "the growth period", "the development period" and "the maturity period", with specific characteristics in terms of style, decoration and materials....

Author(s)
Liu, X. Y.; Timar, M. C.; Varodi, A.
Publisher
Transilvania University Press, Brașov, Romania
Citation
Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brasov, Series II - Forestry, Wood Industry, Agricultural Food Engineering, 2013, 6, 55 Part 1, pp 47-54
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Biomass recovery for energy use is generating increasing interest in recent years. The use of woody biomass, whether from the traditional forest activities, dedicated forest plantations or residues wood obtained from agricultural sector (pruning or any other processing), can have a significance...

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Fedrizzi, M.; Sperandio, G.; Pagano, M.; Pochi, D.; Fanigliulo, R.; Recchi, P.
Publisher
CIGR-EurAgEng, Valencia, Spain
Citation
Energy, biomass and biological residues. International Conference of Agricultural Engineering - CIGR-AgEng 2012: Agriculture and Engineering for a Healthier Life, Valencia, Spain, 8-12 July 2012, 2012, pp P-1301
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Marking for bucking decisions is the first step in the forestry value chain to create value-added. Fully mechanized cut-to-length harvesting systems that have been predominant in Nordic countries are equipped with computer tools that automatically identify optimal solutions for the marking for...

Author(s)
Bont, L.
Publisher
Forest Research Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria
Citation
FORMEC 2006. Proceedings of the 39th International Symposium on forestry mechanization, Sofia, Bulgaria, 24-28 September 2006, 2006, pp 15-24

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