7 edition of Saline agriculture found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||S620 .N38 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||89064265|
Dutch researchers have found a way of cultivating specific crops on salinised agricultural soil which had previously been written off. This is a genuine innovation as food production on salinised soil had always been considered impossible. Specific varieties of potatoes, carrots, red onions, white cabbage and broccoli appear to thrive if they are irrigated with salt water at the roots .
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Saline agriculture is Saline agriculture book climate-smart solution for improving and re-using salt-affected farmlands. This knowledge centre will provide extensive information. Saline Agriculture: The National Academies Press.
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Krasilnikov and G.M. Khasankhanova Published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and Lomonosov Moscow State UniversityFile Size: 9MB. This book addresses all these aspects in detail, highlighting the diverse solutions to Saline agriculture book the complex problem of Saline agriculture book and waterlogging and safer management of poor-quality waters.
With chapters written by leading experts, it is a valuable resource for researchers planning future investigations, policy makers, farmers and other. Recent advances in research in breeding for salt tolerance in wheat, biotechnology in rice, and selection and rehabilitation of salt-tolerant plants are of economic importance in arid/saline conditions.
This book gives some practical approaches for saline agriculture and afforestation, and describes examples of cultivating salt-tolerant. Saline land is a resource capable of significant production.
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Saline land is a resource capable of significant production. Recent advances in research in breeding for salt tolerance in wheat, biotechnology in rice, and selection and rehabilitation of salt-tolerant plants are of economic importance in arid/saline conditions.
This book. to be answered is: "can agriculture make use of marginal quality water such as saline water in a way Saline agriculture book is technically sound., economically viable and environmentally non-degrading; in other words, is it a viable proposition to use saline water for agricultural production?".
Recent advances in research in breeding Saline agriculture book salt tolerance in wheat, biotechnology in rice, and selection and rehabilitation of salt-tolerant plants are of economic importance in arid/saline conditions.
This Saline agriculture book gives some practical approaches for saline agriculture and afforestation, and describes examples of cultivating salt-tolerant Format: Hardcover.
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This book discusses the role of salt in current agricultural approaches, including the low salt tolerance of agricultural Saline agriculture book and trees, impact of saline soils, and salt-resistant plants. Saline agriculture book are extremely salt tolerant plants, which are able to grow and survive under salt at concentrations as high as 5 g/l by maintaining negative.
Innovative Technologies to Sustain Saline Island Agriculture in the Scenario of Climate Change: A Case Study from Andaman Islands, India Pages Velmurugan, A. (et al.). Read "Innovative Saline Agriculture" by available from Rakuten Kobo. The land degradation due to salinity and waterlogging is a global Brand: Springer India.
Innovative Saline Agriculture. Book January Saline soils develop mainly under the influence of sodium chloride and sulphate and closely.
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*Collections marked with DIGITIZED MATERIALS have additional digitized items available. Get this from a library. Innovative saline agriculture. [J C Dagar; P C Sharma; D K Sharma; Aditya Kumar Singh;] -- The land degradation due to salinity and waterlogging is a global phenomenon, afflicting about one billion hectares within the sovereign borders of at least 75 countries.
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To cope with the shortage of fresh water and increasing salinization of agricultural land, there has been renewed interest in saline agriculture: cultivating crops that are salt-tolerant, so they can grow in brackish water and sea water .
The Diagnosis and Improvement of Saline and Alkali Soils (Agriculture Handbook No. 60) by Richards, L. (editor) and a great selection of related. Biosaline agriculture is the production and growth of plants in saline rich groundwater and/or soil.
In water scarce locations, salinity poses a serious threat to agriculture due to its toxicity to most plants. Abiotic stressors such as salinity, extreme temperatures, and drought make plant growth difficult in many climate regions. Integration of biosaline solutions is becoming necessary in.
Research Developments in Saline Agriculture (1st ed. ) In coastal regions, climate change and sea level rise will aggravate the problem with more and more areas becoming saline due to intrusion of sea water.
As such there is a pressing need for modern tools and innovative techniques for the identification of salty soils and poor-quality. The social, economic and environmental costs being high for theon-and/off-farm reclamation techniques, saline agriculture including agroforestry inculcated with modern innovative techniques, is now emerging as a potential tool not only for arresting salinity and waterlogging but for other environmental services like mitigate climate change Brand: Springer India.
Prospects for saline agriculture in Pakistan: Today and Tomorrow / Kauser A. Malik Salt of the earth: time to take it seriously / E.G. Barrett-Lennard -- 3. Ecological conservation and reclamation of arid/saline lands under agricultural system development in Kyzylkum deserts of Uzbekistan / K.N.
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Information on saline agriculture for irrigated land in Pakistan is presented. The landscape, population, climate and irrigation system of Pakistan are introduced and the factors affecting the development of soil salinity and waterlogging are discussed.
The social and economic consequences of salinity for Pakistan are examined. The following 3 approaches for managing Cited by: Saline County 4-H Council suggest having a different project leader teach a short lesson previous to each Traditional Club meeting.
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Recent advances in research in breeding for salt tolerance in wheat, biotechnology in rice, and selection and rehabilitation of salt-tolerant plants are of economic importance in arid/saline conditions. This book gives some practical approaches for saline agriculture and afforestation, and describes examples of cultivating salt-tolerant Format: Hardcover.
Salinization of farmland causes crops to fail. Farmers can no longer grow food on their land, which causes famine, poverty and social disruption. Our foundation provide farmers with the means and knowledge of saline agriculture, in an effort to improve food security with minimal impact on scarce freshwater supplies.
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Three winners received a price of EUR. SalFar newsletter. To receive regular updates about the North Sea saline agriculture news, projects, conferences and other events, subscribe to the SalFar newsletter. "Restoration of saline land through revegetation," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol.
53(), pagesFebruary. More about this item Keywords. This book pdf based on research undertaken by a team of leading scientists from 10 global pdf. Chapters consider the potential of rainfed agriculture on the basis of case studies for different regions in Asia and Africa with the aim to assess the need of water for achieving food security and reducing poverty.
Webinar: Opportunities of Saline Agriculture News Saline agriculture, the ability to produce crops with brackish water and in high-salinity soils, is an adaptation measure made ever more urgent due to changing climatic conditions, particularly for farmers who deal with these unfavorable growing environments.Use of saline water in agriculture to improve livelihoods in West Asia ebook North Africa West Asia and North Africa include the water-scarcest countries of the world.
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