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Optimizing the soil physical environments toward greater crop yields.
|Statement||Edited by Daniel Hillel.|
|Contributions||Hillel, Daniel, ed., International Symposium on Soil-Water Physics and Technology, Hebrew University, 1971.|
|LC Classifications||S592.3 .O68 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 240 p.|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||71182633|
Photosynthesis is the basis of plant growth, and improving photosynthesis can contribute toward greater food security in the coming decades as world population increases. Multiple targets have been identified that could be manipulated to increase crop photosynthesis. The most important target is Rubisco because it catalyses both carboxylation and oxygenation reactions and the . Goals / Objectives The project has three main objectives: 1: Develop alternative cover crop and tillage systems that decrease production costs, increase productivity, and enhance productivity of cotton production for the Southeast. 2: Evaluate three management factors (i.e., tillage, time of grain cropping, and cover crop management) for their impacts on plant and .
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farmers’ perception of climate change and conservation agriculture in western ethiopia: the case of guto gida and sasiga districts Climate is a primary determinant of agricultural productivity. Ethiopia, one of the developing countries, is facing serious natural . The realization of the contribution of peasant agriculture to food security in the midst of scenarios of climate change, economic and energy crisis, led to the concepts of food sovereignty and agroecologically based production systems to gain much attention in the developing world in the last two decades. New approaches and technologies involving Cited by:
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Cited by: Eugene L. Madsen, in Advances in Agronomy, 3 Crop Management. Crop management begins with the sowing of seeds, continues with crop maintenance during growth and development, and ends with crop harvest, storage, and distribution (Tivy, ).During seed sowing, a mechanized planter often opens a furrow in the prepared soil seed bed, places the.
Differences in marketable yields were even greater. Tunnels increased marketable fruit over uncovered plants by %, depending on the type of plastic used. The potential for protected culture to increase yields, protect crops from insects and disease, and decrease the need for pesticide use is significant, and selection of the correct type.
Nitrous oxide (N 2 O) is a potent greenhouse gas that can result in nitrogen loss from the soil. The scientific literature is deficient in studies that measure N 2 O emissions, NO 3 leaching, and crop performance across multiple sources of nitrogen fertilizer and changes in field practices.
However, there are tools and strategies available to consultants and producers to improve nitrogen use. West Tennessee’s supplemental irrigation management at a field level is profoundly affected by the spatial heterogeneity of soil moisture and the temporal variability of weather. The introduction of precision farming techniques has enabled farmers to collect site-specific data that provide valuable quantitative information for effective irrigation management.
Consequently, a Cited by: 3. Ordinary Kriging method was used to analyse the spatial variability of soil pH, C, N, P and K. Soil clay content was low (%), soil sandy was high (%), soil pH was from extremely to.
Selection of Important Features for Optimizing Crop Yield Prediction Article in International Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Information Systems 10(3). Organic farming systems utilize carbon-based amendments, diverse crop rotations, and cover crops to build soil fertility.
These practices increase biologically available soil organic matter and beneficial soil microbe and invertebrate activities, improve soil physical properties, reduce disease potential, and increase plant by: Soil is a mixture of organic matter, minerals, gases, liquids, and organisms that together support life.
Earth's body of soil, called the pedosphere, has four important functions. as a medium for plant growth; as a means of water storage, supply and purification; as a modifier of Earth's atmosphere; as a habitat for organisms; All of these functions, in their turn, modify the soil and.
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Scott Binn. Soil is the mixture of minerals, organic matter, gases, liquids, and the countless organisms that together support life on is a natural body known as the pedosphere and which performs four important functions: it is a medium for plant growth; it is a means of water storage, supply and purification; it is a modifier of Earth's atmosphere; it is a habitat for organisms; all of which.
The history of agriculture can be seen as a long process of intensification, as society sought to meet its ever-growing needs for food, feed and fiber by raising crop productivity .Coupled with socio-economic development, population growth and growing global food demand, the pressure originated from the resource supply becomes greater, for example, increasingly fierce Cited by: 1.
Danielson R E. Nutrient Supply and Uptake in Relation to Soil Physical Conditions. In Hillel, D. (ed). Optimizing the Soil Physical Environment Toward Greater Crop Yields. Academic Press. New York Dixon J B. Roles of Clays in Soils.
Applied Clay Science, (5); Doorenbos J and Kassam A H. Yield Respon to Water. Site-Specific Management Guidelines. The objective of the Site-Specific Management Guidelines series is to provide a mechanism to assemble expert knowledge in a timely fashion on site-specific management in a form useful to farmers and their advisers.
Each Guideline addresses a specific issue related to site-specific soil and crop management. The predicted changes in climate, especially increased atmospheric CO 2, temperature and precipitation, associated with changes in nitrogen deposition, tropo- and stratospheric ozone levels, UV-B radiation, etc.
can have great impacts on world agricultural production and supply order for agricultural production to be sufficient to meet the demands of the ever. Hydrologic models focusing on the unsaturated zone of soil are geared more toward simulating physical processes associated with water movement and are better suited for this study where the goal is not to predict yield but to simulate and compare soil water dynamics and water leaching losses between different bed geom etries in a plasticulture.The main body of the report is presented in Sections V to VII under four categories: (1) physical effects of man-made and natural factors on agricultural crop yield; (2) farm structure, profit- ability and risk changes due to agricultural crop yield changes; (3) secondary economic impacts due to agricultural crop yield changes (4) overall.Beneficial and Effective Microorganisms ® for a Sustainable Agriculture is not a substitute for other management practices.
It is, however, an added dimension for optimizing our best soil and crop management practices such as crop rotations, use of organic amendments, conservation tillage, crop residue recycling, and biocontrol of pests.