5 edition of Crop-water relations found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by I.D. Teare, M.M. Peet.|
|Contributions||Teare, I. D. 1931-, Peet, M. M. 1947-|
|LC Classifications||SB185.6 .C76 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 547 p. :|
|Number of Pages||547|
|LC Control Number||82008671|
Dec 02, · 5. Crop-water relations. 6. Plant adaptations to moisture stress. 7. Crop introduction and breeding for drought-prone areas. Part III. Land use and farming systems. 8. Agricultural systems in dry regions and their evolution. 9. Sustainable agriculture in dry regions. Part IV. Soil and crop management. Soil fertility. Book Edition: 1. Following in the tradition of its predecessor, Crop Responses to Environment, this fully updated and more comprehensive second edition describes aspects of crop responses to environment that are particularly relevant to the development of improved crop cultivars and management methods on a global abcdfestivalgoa.com includes an extensive discussion of the difficulties in developing agricultural systems.
Principles of Soil and Plant Water Relations, 2e describes the principles of water relations within soils, followed by the uptake of water and its subsequent movement throughout and from the plant body. This is presented as a progressive series of physical and biological interrelations, even though each topic is treated in detail on its own. Plant Water Relations: Absorption, Transport and Control Mechan isms from one point with a lower concentration of solutes (for example, pure water) to a point with a higher concentration. So, the higher concentration of the solutes at a point which makes the system more negative will be the osmotic potential in this place. The water.
dures to determine crop water needs. The specific procedure or equation used depends on the availability of specific climatic data needed for that process and the desirable intensity level of managing irrigation water. Chapter 2 describes the processes that affect water use requirements for a. CROPWAT is a decision support tool developed by the Land and Water Development Division of FAO. CROPWAT for Windows is a computer program for the calculation of crop water requirements and irrigation requirements based on soil, climate and crop data.
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In abcdfestivalgoa.com: Iwan D. Teare. This book is based on lectures given at Kansas State University in and includes chapters by different authors on the physical and physiological aspects of water transport in the biosphere followed by in-depth considerations of individual crops (lucerne, Phaseolus vulgaris, maize, cotton, groundnut, potato, rice, sorghum, soyabean, sugarbeet, sugarcane and wheat).
Irrigation scheduling and crop water relations are interdpendent. There are many soil, plant and/or climate-based technologies.
Some of these work well in a controlled research project but fail in commercial farmer environments. Some are widely used in a specfic crop, but not others. Water Use in Crop Production will enable you enhance crop quality and quantity and save one of the earth's most important resource.
There are complex interactions between water, energy costs, labour needs, nutrient use, crop agronomy, soils, salinity and the water balance that need to be better understood.
This publication is intended to provide guidance in determining crop water requirements and their application in planning, design and operation of irrigation projects. Part presents suggested methods to derive crop water requirements.
The use of four well-known methods for determining such requirements is defined. Therefore, this book has come at the right time, to remind us that when it comes to producing the major agricultural commodities, water is the central factor, but our science and practice with respect to crop-water relations remains a work in abcdfestivalgoa.com by: Background information on the centres of origin (northern South America) and of production (Brazil, Thailand and the Philippines) of pineapple is followed by reviews of crop development, including roots, plant water relations, crop water requirements and water productivity and irrigation systems.
In all cases, manuscripts must address implications and provide insight regarding agricultural water management. The primary topics that we consider are the following: • Farm-level and regional water management • Crop water relations, crop yields and water productivity • Irrigation, drainage, and salinity in cultivated areas.
This chapter defines seven different physical concepts: force, weight, work, energy, power, pressure, and heat. Units for each are given. The definitions and their units form the foundation for understanding the principles of soil and plant water relations, and they are used throughout the remainder of the book.
Recognising the need for a coherent and accessible review of international irrigation research, this book examines the factors influencing water productivity in individual crops.
It focuses on nine key plantation/industrial crops on which millions of people in the tropics. Plant-water relations. Water is the most abundant constituent of all physiologically active plant cells. Leaves, for example, have water contents which lie mostly within a range of 55–85% of their fresh weight.
lation of crop growth and crop water relations has become indispensable to agricultural science and practice. Crop growth models are ideal for the diagnosis of the effects of both prevailing and extreme circumstances and the prognosis of the effects of future events.
They are formidable in predict. The water relations and irrigation requirements of cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.): All of these variables affect crop water status and the yield The water relations and irrigation requirements. Modelling crop growth and crop water relations in South Africa: Past achievements and lessons for the future Article in South African Journal of Plant and Soil 27(1) · January with Reads.
Principles of Soil and Plant Water Relations combines biology and physics to show how water moves through the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum. Intended for graduate students in plant and soil science programs, this book also serves as a useful reference for agronomists, agricultural engineers, horticulturists, and plant ecologists.
Book Group Author: Abstract: The results of research into the water relations of cocoa are reviewed in the context of drought mitigation and irrigation need. The results of research into the water relations of cocoa are reviewed in the context of drought mitigation and irrigation need.
together with drought tolerance, crop water use and. Intended for graduate students in plant and soil science programs, this book also serves as a useful reference for agronomists, plant ecologists, and agricultural engineers.
Show less Principles of Soil and Plant Water Relations combines biology and physics to show how water moves through the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum.
Therefore, this book has come at the right time, to remind us that when it comes to producing the major agricultural commodities, water is the central factor, but our science and practice with respect to crop-water relations remains a work in progress does exceptionally well in emphasizing the importance of linking good scientific research.crop water requirements and irrigation management of southern highbush blueberries by daniel r.
dourte a thesis presented to the graduate school of the university of florida in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of master of science university of florida Crop Responses to Environment by Anthony E. Hall. The book illustrates the importance of considering emergent plant properties as well as reductionist approaches to understanding plant function and adaptation.
Crop Water Relations. Crop Adaptation to Water-Limited Environments.