2 edition of Dryland saline seep control found in the catalog.
Dryland saline seep control
International Society of Soil Science. Subcommission on Salt-Affected Soils.
by Available from Alberta Dryland Saline Seep Committee, Plant Industry Division, Agriculture Center in (Lethbridge, Alta
Written in English
|Contributions||International Society of Soil Science.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(315) p. in various pagings :|
|Number of Pages||315|
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Technical Abstract: Discussed is the identification, diagnosis, control, and reclamation of dryland saline seep problems as found in the North American Great Plains. Saline seeps develop because of geologic stratifications within the soil profile and insufficient use of precipitation by crops used in dryland farming systems.
Saline-Seep Diagnosis, Control, and Reclamation. U.S. Department of Agriculture Conservation Research Report No. 30, 22p Dryland Saline Seeps: Types and Causes Government of Alberta, Agriculture and Rural Development, Donald Wentz, formerly with Alberta Agriculture and Food.
Revised in Saline-seep development and control in the North. Abstract. Desertification is a land degradation problem of major importance in the arid regions of the world. Deterioration in soil and plant cover Dryland saline seep control book adversely affected nearly 50 percent of the land areas as the result of human mismanagement of cultivated and range by: Provincial Cost and Return Benchmarks for Crops and Forages: Black Soil Zone Provincial Cost and Return Benchmarks for Crops and Forages: Brown Soil Zone Provincial Cost and Return Benchmarks for Crops and Forages: Dryland Provincial Cost and Return Benchmarks for Crops and Forages: Grey-Wooded Soil Zone AgriProfit$ Crop Benchmarks.
Extent, causes and control of dryland saline seepage in the northern Great Plains regions of North America. In Proc. Sub Commission on Salt‐Affected Soils, 11th Int. Soil Sci. Soc. Congr., Edmonton, Canada, pp. 1‐48–1‐ Request PDF | Hydrologic balance approach to saline seep remediation design | Concern about saline seeps is increasing in the dryland production.
It is more salt tolerant than other small grains and can sop up excess subsoil moisture to help prevent saline seep formation. It’s a fine choice for reclaiming overworked, weedy or eroded fields, or as part of a cover crop mix for improving soil tilth and nutrient cycling in perennial cropping systems in Hardiness Zone 8 or warmer.
At present, desertification probably has been stabilized, with some improvement in plant cover of rangelands and in control of erosion and waterlogging over the past 30 years. Salinization of irrigated land is still occurring and the dryland saline seep problem is getting worse.
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Dryland cropping strategies for efficient water-use to control saline seeps in the Northern Great Plains, U.S.A. Management of soil water budgets of recharge areas for control of salinity in South-Western Australia South Australia's Book Edition: 1.
Drainage and Salinity Control; Management of Shallow Groundwaters; Summary; References; Notation; 17 DRIP IRRIGATION AND SALINITY ; Introduction; Summary; References; Notation; 18 MANAGEMENT OF DRYLAND SALINE SEEPS ; Introduction; Factors Contributing to Saline Seep Development; Types of Saline Seeps; Water Quality Associated with Saline Seeps.
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Seven major sources of salinity, (1) natural saline ground water, (2) sea-water intrusion, (3) halite solution, (4) oil- and gas-field activities, (5) agricultural techniques, (6) saline seep, and (7) road salting, are discussed with respect to occurrence, geochemical characteristics, and.
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One of the biggest challenges of cover cropping is to fit cover crops into your current rotations, or to develop. Journal of Hydrology, () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam  Predictive modelling of management options for the control of dryland salinity in a first-order catchment in the wheatbelt of Western Australia 19 R.B.
Salama, D. Laslett and P. Farrington CSIRO, Division of Water Resources, Private Bag, Wembley, W.A,Australia (Received Cited by: Suggested Citation: "10 Salts and Trace Elements." National Research Council. Soil and Water Quality: An Agenda for Agriculture.
Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / irrigation, and this cycle can be repeated a number of times. Each time, more salt is added to less water. Sources of Salinity. Full text of "Regional assessment of the saline-seep problem and a water-quality inventory of the Montana plains" See other formats.
Custer S. The nitrate problem in areas of saline seep–A case study. p In Proc Regional Saline Seep Control Symp, Montana Coop Ext BullBozeman.
Dhuyvetter KC, Thompson CR, Norwood CA, Halvorson AD. Economics of dryland cropping systems in the Great Plains: A review. J Prod Agric. Drought is the single most important abiotic factor affecting the yield and quality of dryland crops in the MonDak and other semi-arid regions of the USA and the world.
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