2 edition of Forage problems and resources of Iraq. found in the catalog.
Forage problems and resources of Iraq.
Harry Wayne Springfield
|Contributions||United States. International Cooperation Administration.|
|LC Classifications||SB208.I7 S65|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||57060257|
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Iraq's hitherto agrarian economy underwent rapid development following the 14 July Revolution overthrowing the Hashemite Iraqi monarchy, becoming the third-largest economy in the Middle East by This occurred in part because. plumosa was sampled from hills near Lake Tharkar in central Iraq in April and sugar, N, CP, CF, fat and mineral contents were determined in basal and upper parts of the shoots and compared with those of wheat and barley grown in the same area.
Palatability of S. plumosa was relatively high. Its av. CP content was % of DM compared with % in wheat and %. Source: Central Statistical Organization-Iraq, statistics book, /, Baghdad Table 2 shows that most of the total areas of Iraq were exposed to desertification in its different forms and degrees, which represents almost 70% of the whole country.
Plant cover was. Iraq - Iraq - Agriculture, forestry, and fishing: About one-eighth of Iraq’s total area is arable, and another one-tenth is permanent pasture. A large proportion of the arable land is in the north and northeast, where rain-fed irrigation dominates and is sufficient to cultivate winter crops, mainly wheat and barley.
The remainder is in the valleys of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, where.“This book provides comprehensive coverage of the aspects of temperate grassland that are of crucial importance for the 21st Century. The Editors are renowned grassland scientists and there is a fantastic team of authors not only from Europe, but.
Iraq’s insurgency is concentrated in the Sunni Arab parts of Iraq, though much of the rest of the country outside the Kurdish regions is convulsed in civil war or confronting the problems of a.