3 edition of Management of vertisols under semi-arid conditions found in the catalog.
Management of vertisols under semi-arid conditions
1987 by International Board for Soil Research and Management in Bangkok .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Marc Latham, Peter Ahn and Colin R. Elliott.|
|Series||IBSRAM proceedings -- no. 6|
|Contributions||Latham, Marc., Ahn, Peter., Elliott, Colin R., International Board for Soil Research and Management.|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "The First Regional Seminar on the Management of Vertisols under Semi-Arid Conditions in Africa and Southwest Asia took place in Nairobi, Kenya, from December "--Page . Management of Vertisols under Semi-Arid Conditions, Proceedings of the First Regional Seminar on Management of Vertisols under Semi-Arid Conditions, Nairobi; Kenya, December This book or any part thereofmust not be reproduced in any form without written permission ofIBSRAM.
ISBN Printed in Thailand. Water management of Vertisols in the semi-arid tropics. In: Management of Vertisols under Semi-arid Conditions. IBSRAM Proceedings No.
6, IBSRAM, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. Author: N. Ahmad. semi-arid troplcs generev prefer to raise on/-v one crop in a year (during the post rain.^ season) on these soils even in areas with high and assured rainfall.
ICRISA T has now asscm bled a technology for improved management of by: Cultivation of Vertisols for the soybean–safflower sequence over 15 yr under semi-arid conditions without using any organics and/or inorganic fertilizers (control) depleted the SOC stock by Mg C ha −1.
However, addition of FYM, alone or in combination Cited by: Jutzi SC, Abebe M. Improved agricultural utilization of Vertisols in the Ethiopian highlands an interinstitutional approach.
In: Latham M, Ahn P, Elliott CR, editors. Management of Vertisols under Semi-Arid Conditions. Proceeding of the first Regional Seminar. IBSRAM, Bangkok. – are natural resources amenable to management interventions designed by research for increased and sustained food production.
The conference on which this book reports reviewed experience and progress in the improved use of African Vertisols and developed important recommendations for future research and development of this resource. Vertisols and associated soils: Bibliographic database with special reference to sub-Saharan Africa Table of Contents I Haque; P Pathak; N Z Lupwayi Tsige Amare & Asgelil Dibabe 1.
Vertisols, because of their high water-holding capacity, are suited to dryland crop production in semi-arid environments with uncertain and heavy rainfall, Selected physical and chemical properties of Vertisols that affect their' management for crop production are discussed.
Due to their high clay content. Soil and crop management practices. Sorghum and wheat were grown annually under Management of vertisols under semi-arid conditions book and irrigated conditions, respectively.
Hybrid varieties CSH 16 for sorghum (with – days maturity duration) and NIAW for wheat (with days maturity duration) were used for the entire 28 years period of the experiment.
El-Swaify S.A., Pathak P., Rego T.J., Singh S. () Soil Management for Optimized Productivity Under Rainfed Conditions in the Semi-Arid Tropics. In: Stewart B.A. (eds) Advances in Soil Science. Advances in Soil Science, vol 1. of Vertisols under semi-arid conditions.
In: IBSRAM Book. Full-text available Selected physical and chemical properties of Vertisols that affect their' management for crop production are. A Vertisol, or Vertosol, is a soil type in which there is a high content of expansive clay minerals, many of them known as montmorillonite, that form deep cracks in drier seasons or a phenomenon known as argillipedoturbation, alternate shrinking and swelling causes self-ploughing, where the soil material consistently mixes itself, causing some Vertisols to have an extremely deep A.
Yule, D. () Water management of Vertisols in the semi-arid tropics. In Management of Vertisols under semi-arid conditions. IBSRAM Proceedings No.6, Vertisols are tropical soils that occur world-wide ( million ha) with high agricultural and other engineering potentials.
However, they are underutilized as most of their physical characteristics make management techniques difficult and highly localized. This paper aims to highlight the characteristics, genesis and management strategies of Vertisols for sustainable use. This book is intended to provide comprehensive and state-of-the-art information about Vertisols worldwide.
Special attention is given to the use and management of soils such as fertilizer use, crop selection, soil tillage, water restriction on land including irrigation, and soil erosion.
Russell, M.B. Profile moisture dynamics of soil in Vertisols and Alfisols. ICRISAT (International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-arid Tropics). Proceedings of the International Workshop on Agroclimatological Research Needs of the Semi-arid Tropics.
Novermber 22–24, Hyderabad, India, pp. 75– Google Scholar. Improved agricultural utilization of Vertisols in the Ethiopian highlands- an interinstitutional approach: Proceedings of the first regional seminar on management of Vertisols under semiarid.
In Indian semi‐arid tropics (SATs), low water and crop productivity in Vertisols and associated soils are mainly due to poor land management. Jutzi S, Mesfin A () Improved agricultural utilization of Vertisols in the Ethiopian highlands—an inter-institutional approach.
In ‘Proceedings of the First Regional Seminar on Management of Vertisols under Semi-arid Conditions’. Nairobi, Kenya, 1–6 Dec. – Soil water management, tillage, cropping systems, and nutrient management pose special problems in heavy cracking clays.
These soils mainly belong to Vertisols and vertic subgroups of other soils and occur mainly in (sub) tropical areas with a pronounced dry season. Management of soil water is the important aspect of soil management in the semi-arid tropics.
The present experiment was conducted under various bio-climatic condition such as sub-humid moist (> mm), sub-humid dry ( mm), semiarid dry (mm), semi-arid moist ( mm) and arid (Vertisols and to % of SOC in Alfisols.
WSC comprised to International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), Patancheru, India, since These long-term catchment experiments have provided an oppor-tunity to validate the hypothesis that improved management of Vertisols not only increases crop productivity, but also increases C sequestration and soil quality.
The speciﬁc. to under utilization of available rainfall resource 2' Vertisols and Vertic soils have been subject to many invcstiga.
tions in India during the past one decade, ICRISAT, the Inter- r~ational Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, in its resources management research has. The Sustainable Management of Vertisols [Syers, John K, de Vries, Frits W T Penning] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Sustainable Management of Vertisols. Under such conditions smectite clays can be formed in presence of silica and basic cations (Ca & Mg) if the soil pH is above neutral. Vertisols profile becomes evident if we examine red-black soil catenas, abundant in Africa, Indian subcontinent and Australia (Blokhuis ).
Thus, a yr soil fertility management experiment was conducted in the semi-arid tropical region of central India to evaluate the impact of crop residue C input on soybean (Glycine max L.)–safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) cropping sequence and SOC sequestration in soils of Vertisolic order (Vertisols).
Long-term experiments can be used to assess management induced changes in soil properties and sustainability of the management system in terms of the productivity. Such data are scanty, especially in the semi-arid tropics (SAT) region.
A long-term experiment established in at ICRISAT in India on Vertisols with two management treatments; improved management (IM), comprising semi. Grazing management had no effect on SOC or TN on grey soils (Vertisols), but for red soils (Lixisols), significantly higher levels of SOC were found for both the 0 to 5 and 5 to 10‐cm soil depths (03% and 027% respectively) and associated with increased TN.
Soil organic carbon (SOC), macro- and micronutrient status, and nitrogen (N) mineralization were studied in a soil profile managed with organic (OMP), chemical (CMP), and integrated (IMP) management practices for 3 years () under a soybean - durum wheat cropping sequence.
The most significant buildup of SOC and nutrients was in OMP, followed by IMP and then CMP. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Downloadable (with restrictions). Understanding of the hydrological behavior of soils is a prerequisite for developing appropriate soil and water management practices.
Such information for Alfisols and Vertisols, the two major soils in the semi-arid tropics (SATs), is scanty especially from a long-term perspective. In this paper, we describe and discuss results from long-term (from to. The greater probability of small rainfall events occurring in semi-arid regions, and the little understanding of their role in hydrological processes, has led to this investigation of surface runoff generated during these events in two adjacent micro basins in the Brazilian semi-arid region.
The types of plant cover to be investigated were the Phytogeographical Caatinga Domain under. Vertisol, one of the 30 soil groups in the classification system of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).Vertisols are characterized by a clay-size-particle content of 30 percent or more by mass in all horizons (layers) of the upper half-metre of the soil profile, by cracks at least 1 cm ( inch) wide extending downward from the land surface, and by evidence of strong vertical mixing.
Description This book provides an up-to-date information on Vertisols research, and guides readers to important reference material. Four keynote papers and eight country papers and national perspectives on the management of Vertisols in Malawi, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Ghana and Ethiopia are presented.
Long-term adaptations to climate changes on Vertisols management require major structural changes to overcome the harsh conditions. Thus, changes in land-use to maximize yield under new conditions; new land management techniques and water-use efficiency related techniques.
According to Reilly and Schimmelpfenning. Vertisol, one of the 12 soil orders in the U.S. Soil ols are clay-rich soils that undergo significant vertical cracking during the dry lly forming under grassland vegetation in basin or rolling hill landscapes, they are best suited for use as pastureland and for the cultivation of plants, such as rice, that thrive in standing surface water.
Barley residue water extract use for weed control in mungbean: Use of allelopathic crop residues for weed management under semi-arid conditions [Muhammad Sajid Mahmood, Muhammad Ashraf, Muhammad Ramzan Anser] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Weeds cause significant yield reduction under semi- arid conditions of Pakistan especially in : Sajid Mahmood, Muhammad, Muhammad Ashraf, Ramzan Anser, Muhammad. Book Title: NA: Year Published: Month Published: NA: Author: Yenesew, M.
; Tilahun, K. Book Group Author: NA: Abstract: Scarcity of water is the most severe constraint for development of agriculture in arid and semi-arid areas.
Under these conditions, the need to use the available water economically and efficiently is unquestionable. Vertisols Map. Click on the image for a high-resolution version. Vertisols are are clayey soils that have deep, wide cracks for some time during the year. They shrink as they dry and swell as they become moist.
The natural vegetation is predominantly grass, savanna, open forest, or desert shrub. /S(00) /S(00) Vertisols, one of the 11 established soil orders, are clay soils with unusual and interesting properties. They occur world-wide and are distributed in most climates, but are particularly important in the sub-humid to semi-arid tropics.vertisol definition: Noun (plural vertisols) 1.
(geology) A clay soil, containing a high content of montmorillonite, that forms deep cracks in drier conditions.Book Title: NA: Year Published: Month Published: NA: Author: Ökten, A.
; Smsek, M. Book Group Author: NA: Abstract: A study was conducted during toin Turkey, to determine the best irrigation frequency and water-yield relationship for dent corn (Zea mays L.
indentata) irrigated by furrow irrigation system under semi-arid conditions.