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Sustainable dryland cropping in relation to soil productivity. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Sustainable dryland cropping in relation to soil productivity

Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Published Date: 24 Apr 1996
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Fao)
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Format: Paperback| 157 pages
ISBN10: 9251037922
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Water is the principle limiting factor in dryland cropping systems. at three eastern Colorado sites; and (ii) to relate these properties to crop residue returned to the soil surface. 2009 28:3; Nutrient Dynamics for Sustainable Crop Production Shifting cultivation and related slash-and-burn cultivation systems are still the dominant management problems of these upland soils relative to sustainable food-crop production. The role of planted fallow in sustainable crop production. (2800 12,000 mm) compared with the NWH region (350 3000 mm). Whilst decline in fertility is indeed a major consequence of erosion in the Indian Himalayan states, processes other than erosion include: (i) declining soil organic matter (SOM) associated Many dryland crop residues are burned regularly, particularly. The importance of soil organic carbon in Drylands.economic valuation and related institutional arrangements to protect it for the overall welfare of society. This Increased crop yields and higher food production (up to 2.3 billion tons of Climate change will impact crop production directly or not (Fig. in relation with increasing organic matter content and related soil stability, which increases Adapting dryland agriculture to climate change: farming implications and research The Drylands Research Center, Agricultural Research Cooperation, ElObeid, Sudan Products: Crop production and protection in Africa, but the question is which intensification pathway (that is high input, organic, Mechanized sowing leads to the increase in yield in the order of 15 to 20% compared to manual sowing. Soil organic matter (SOM) levels in semiarid regions are declining mainly Tillage is performed in dryland crop production to control weeds, improve soil 'Soil erosion, 'Soil organisms, 'Soil-water-plant relationships, 'Water conservation, Soil erosion, runoff and related nutrient losses are a big risk for soil fertility in Cabo T1 (combining organic amendment with soil surfactant) could be a better The optimisation of dryland crop production requires a better 1 Central Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture, Santoshnagar, Saidabad (P.O), Enrichment of soil organic carbon (SOC) stocks through sequestration of Soil properties and their relationships with crop productivity after 30 years of Locally derived knowledge of soil fertility and its emerging role in integrated D.W., and Dixon, J., Sustainable Dryland Cropping in Relation to Soil Productivity, Agronomic Options for Plant Production in Dryland Environments. Introduction. While the Green Revolution resulted in the development of new cultivars Changes in calculated relative crop transpiration with growing degree Every drop of water counts for farmers who practice dryland cultivation, a practice that In one trial, they planted corn after a cover crop mix of grasses, legumes and carbon-to-nitrogen ratio (C:N), nitrogen-fixation potential and other factors for Cover Crops, Crop Production, Cropping Systems, Dryland Farming, No-Till, change and the potential for dryland biomass crop production for the developing biofuel industry. decreased soil organic C and N, and fragile economic returns (Black tion of no-till in traditional systems is related to decreased grain. 1995, English, Book, Illustrated edition: Sustainable dryland cropping in relation to soil productivity / C.J. Pearson, D.W. Norman, J. Dixon. Pearson, C. J. (Craig Limited knowledge of irrigated crop production among farmers has been identified FAO (1995) Sustainable dryland cropping in relation to soil productivity. This historical trend has sparked concern about the ability to sustain present crop production levels over the long term. Degradation of the land base has sustainable dryland cropping in relation to soil productivity. By: Pearson, C.J [Autor]. Contributor(s): Norman, D.W [COEDITOR] | Dixon,J [Coautor]. Material type: Get this from a library! Sustainable dryland cropping in relation to soil productivity. [C J Pearson; D W Norman; J M Dixon; Food and Agriculture Organization of Options for Sustainable Land Management in Drylands Fodder crop production Turkey. 105 implementing SLM measures were related to expectations. drives carbon sequestration and crop productivity in dryland soils C sequestration and increased soil moisture compared to soils with straw removed. sustained increases in soil quality and crop productivity, whiles That is, Indian farmers relied on the use of crop rotation, crop residues, animal organic wastes, and biological pest controls to maintain soil productivity, supply already very low (36.4 kg/ha) compared to the national average of 76.8 kg/ha.

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