Intensive plantation culture five years research [of the maximum fiber yield program : papers of a conference]

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StatementNorth Central Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
SeriesUSDA Forest Service general technical report NC -- 21
ContributionsNorth Central Forest Experiment Station (Saint Paul, Minn.)
LC ClassificationsSD565 I57
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Pagination117 p. :
Number of Pages117
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A report containing 20 papers predominantly on hybrid poplar, presented at the annual review at the end of a 5-yr chartered Research and Development Program on the Maximum yield of wood and energy from intensively cultured plantations.

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Consideration of the impact of intensive forestry practices is squarely within the Committee's mandate. culture, and farm work at this time was labor intensive, or performed almost entirely by hand. The industrial revolution was two centuries in the future, and there were few machines or labor-saving devices available to ease the everyday burden of work.

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Intensive farming is the latest technique used to yield high productivity by keeping large number of livestock indoors and using excessive amount of chemical fertilizers on a tiny acreage. It is carried out to meet the rising demand for cheap food and prevent future shortages.

Elaborated below are. The image of the South as a place where plantation adjoined plantation and the entire white population owned slaves is a myth. Three quarters of the southern whites owned no slaves at all, and among those that did, most owned fewer than ten.

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It is both an idealized portrait of plantation life on Turnwold, the estate of Joseph Addison Turner in Eatonton (Putnam County), and a sanitized treatment of. @article{osti_, title = {Short-rotation intensive culture of woody crops for energy: Principles and practices for the Great Lakes Region}, author = {Not Available}, abstractNote = {This document is intended to serve as an introduction and general guide to short-rotation intensive culture (SRIC) of woody crops for energy, especially as applicable to the Great Lakes Region.

Plantation complexes in the Southern United States refers to the built environment (or complex) that was common on agricultural plantations in the American South from the 17th into the 20th century. The complex included everything from the main residence down to the pens for livestock.A plantation originally denoted a settlement in which settlers were "planted" to establish a colonial base.

The use of slaves was one of the factors that made plantation ownership so profitable. Cultivation of crops in the Bahamas was extremely labor intensive, so slaves were vital in the economic prosperity of the Barbadian plantation culture.The main advantage of tissue culture technology lies in the production of high quality and uniform planting material that can be multiplied on a year-round basis under disease-free conditions anywhere irrespective of the season and weather.

However, the technology is capital, labor and energy intensive.Black Aristocrats: Domestic Servants on the Antebellum Plantation ^M/ OST PLANTATION SLAVES in the antebellum South labored in the fields. Their work day began before dawn and ended after dark.

Throughout the agricultural year they were busy, planting, cultivating, and harvesting the crops of the South. Winter labor was less intensive but there.

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