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Alimagham, Seyyedmajid, Soltani, Afshin, Vadez, Vincent, Zeinali, Ebrahim, Zand, Eskandar. 2020; Ferdowsi University of Mashhad.

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ssm-wheat model; late maturity; gyga protocol; genotype; environment; radiation use efficiency

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IntroductionWheat (Triticum aestivum L.) known as a main crop in Iran. It is the main source of calories and protein which directly provides 37 percent of the food calories and 40 percent of daily protein for people in Iran. Breeding to produce new cultivars is always an important way to increase crops yield. New cultivars breeding is a very complex process because there is an interaction betw ...

Karimi, Vahid, Sadrabadi Haghighi, Reza, Bazregar, Amir Behzad, Dargahi, Mohsen. 2019; Ferdowsi University of Mashhad.

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sprinkle irrigation; special energy; indirect energy; drip irrigation; furrow irrigation

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IntroductionEnergy flow is one of the most important issues in agroecology. The amount of energy that is consumed in different agroecosystems not only depends on the type of crop but also on the material and methods that is used in its production. Potato plants are one of the most important crops that is produced in Torbat Heidarieh region, Khorasan Razavi Province of Iran. Different irrigatio ...

zare, shojaat, moayyedi, ali akbar. 2019; Ferdowsi University of Mashhad.

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rapeseed; partial budgeting; rate of return; wheat; net benefit

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Introduction    Tillage and preparation of soil, alone account for a significant part of the crop production costs, which according to statistic of Ministry of Jihad-e-Agriculture in 2015, about 9% of the total cost per hectare of wheat (28 million Riyal) has been allocated to plowing and discs. Therefore, in order to reduce costs, energy consumption, equipment depreciation, saving during oper ...

rezaei-chiyaneh, Esmaeil, rasouli, yahia, jalilian, jalal, ghodsi, masoud. 2019; Ferdowsi University of Mashhad.

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sustainable agriculture; azotobacter; land equivalent ratio; planting pattern; pseudomonas

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Introduction Intercropping as a method of sustainable agriculture is defined as the simultaneous growing of two or more crops during the same season on the same area of land. Intercropping compared with monoculture has many advantages including the more efficient use of resources (water, nitrogen, and radiation), enhances yield quality, prevention of soil erosion, and reduced incidence of inse ...

Mondani, Farzad, Bozorgi Hossein Abad, Ali, Saeedi, Mohsen, Bagheri, Alireza, Heidari, Hassan. 2019; Ferdowsi University of Mashhad.

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nitrogen use efficiency; nitrogen uptake efficiency; nitrogen utilization efficiency; wheat varieties; biomass nitrogen content

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IntroductionNitrogen is the most important mineral nutrient for crop growth and development that improve quality and quantity of yield. It is used in modern agroecosystems to maximize yields. In harvest time, about 40 to 60% of applied nitrogen to the fields must be compensated by different fertilizers. Nevertheless, only 30 to 50% of consumed nitrogen is taken up by the crops and high amount ...

Nassiri Mahallati, mehdi, Koocheki, Alireza, Ghalegolabbehbahani, Arash, Davari, Agrin, Moein aldini, shahab aldin. 2019; Ferdowsi University of Mashhad.

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species diversity; intensive agriculture; intactness indices; monitoring; keywords: conventional biodiversity indices

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Introduction[1]Biodiversity is a network of all living organisms, including plants, animals, fungi and other living organisms. In fact, biodiversity refers to the diversity of life and the interactions between living organisms. Agricultural biodiversity as a subset of biodiversity refers to the part of biodiversity used by farmers to produce food. It is well documented that conservation of agr ...

ahmadvand, Goudarz, hajinia, Somayeh. 2019; Ferdowsi University of Mashhad.

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irrigation; endophytic fungus; radiation use efficiency; soybean; absorption radiation

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Introduction[1]Water stress is one of the most important limiting factors in crop production, especially in arid and semi-arid regions. More than 45% of agricultural land on earth is subjected to continuous or frequent water deficiency, and it can cause ~50% loss of grain yield, on average. Soybean growth is affected by drought stress. Drought stress has been estimated to reduce seed yield of s ...

Hamzei, Javad, Davoudian, Rahman. 2019; Ferdowsi University of Mashhad.

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intercropping; chickpea; land equivalent ratio; canola; grain yield

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Introduction: One of the ecological strategies for increasing of stability is diversity creation by multiple cropping. So, intercropping is an advantage approach for utilization from environmental resource in comparison with monoculture. Intercropping, which is defined as growing two or more species simultaneously in the same field during a growing season, has been considered as an important s ...

Nazeri, Parisa, Shirani Rad, Amir Hossein, ValadAbadi, Seyed Alireza, Mirakhori, Mojtaba, Hadidi Masoule, Esmaeil. 2019; Ferdowsi University of Mashhad.

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water deficit; delayed planting; canola; yield and component yield; chloropyll

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IntroductionDevelopment of new canola (Brassica napus L.) varieties need effective tools to monitor characterizes association in yield and its components. Although, determination of the response of canola cultivars to environmental variables is one of the principal of agriculture planning to achieve maximum qualitative and quantitative yield. Drought stress and planting date are the most impor ...

Gorjizad, Ahmad, Soltani, Afshin, Dastan, Salman, Ajam Norouzi, Hosein. 2019; Ferdowsi University of Mashhad.

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attainable yield; cpa; documentation; management factors; rice

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Introduction[Rice (Oryza sativa L.) is the staple food of more than half of the world’s population and has an obvious effect in feeding, income and job creation of people in the world especially, Iran. The rice cultivation area in the world during the past years has been from 145 million hectares to over 160 million hectares. The last global statistics showed that paddy yield and white rice pr ...

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