Weather a factor in plant location.
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Weather a factor in plant location. by United States. Weather Bureau.

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Published in Washington .
Written in English



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  • United States.


  • Industrial location -- United States.,
  • United States -- Climate.

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LC ClassificationsHC110.D5 A6
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Pagination23 p.
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5841148M
LC Control Number61062186

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  The plants we plant often times will respond differently to weather and water than alfalfa or grass. This is where the plant species factor becomes important. Knowing your plant species factor allows watering for a specific plant. By multiplying the reference ET by the plant factor we determine the water requirement of the specific plant.   CONTENTS • Definition • Introduction • Factor affecting plant location • Conclusion • References 1 3. DEFINITION • A plant is a place where men, materials, money, equipment, machinery, etc are brought together for manufacturing products. • Plant location refers to the establishment of an industry at a particular place. 2 4. Location for an Industrial Plant: The principle of Industrial Plant Location is that the sum of manufacturing and distribut­ing cost should be at minimum for the best location. The first two factors are related with the transportation cost. One should be clear that a plant may be located near the market as well as near the raw materials site. Latitudinal Location. Where on Earth you are also affects the weather. At the equator, for instance, weather does not change much, because that latitude always receives roughly the same amount of sunlight: around 12 hours a day. As you move away from the equator, however, you receive more or less sunlight, depending on the season.

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  Kathryn Schulz picks out her favorite ten weather events from novels, including scenes from the work of Charles Dickens, Emily Brontë, and Vladimir Nabokov. Weather and Climate Forecasts for Agriculture This chapter was written by H. P. Das, variations differ amongst weather factors. Over short periods of time, rainfall is the most variable of all parameters, both in time and space. For optimal productivity at a given location crops . the air is, but is a major factor in the water cycle and in the formation of winds. The latitude of a particular place is the major factor in determining what sort of temperature that place tends to have. Other factors include the season of the year, altitude, topography, ocean currents, and .   Therefore, this factor is given importance while selecting location of a plant. Locating a plant near the market is preferred, when the product is fragile (easily breakable), perishable, heavy or bulky and when quick service is required. 8. Nearness to raw-materials' source. Plant location must be usually near to the source of raw-material.