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Improved crop quality by nutrient management

Improved crop quality by nutrient management

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Published by Kluwer Academic in Dordrecht, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crops -- Nutrition -- Congresses.,
  • Plants -- Nutrition -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by D. Anaç and P. Martin-Prével.
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsAnac, D., Martin-Prével, P., Improved Crop Quality by Nutrient Management Workshop (1998 : Bornova, Turkey)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 310 p. :
    Number of Pages310
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22066830M
    ISBN 100792358503

    The Integrated Nutrient Management (INM) is the maintenance of soil fertility for sustaining increased crop productivity through optimizing all possible sources, organic and inorganic, of plant nutrients required for crop growth and quality in an integrated manner, appropriate to each cropping system and farming situation in its ecological. production, improved crop quality, greater stalk strength, increased root growth, and earlier crop maturity. For over one hundred years, phosphorus has been applied to crops as fertilizer—first as ground bone and now as some chemical reaction product of ground rock. Yet, for all that experience, its management cannot be taken for granted.

    On the Texas High Plains, the decline in the saturated thickness of the Ogallala Aquifer necessitates improvements in agronomic management at the farm level in conjunction with strategic planning of groundwater resources. With the rise of irrigation during the 20th century, producers maximized yields with irrigation, oftentimes in excess of crop water demand. Nutrient Management for Sustainable Vegetable Cropping improves the capacity of the soil to support crop production. Benefits include improved soil tilth, increased water storage capacity, and increased biological activity. However, practices that increase soil Crop quality is also sacrificed when the soil containsFile Size: 1MB.

    supplies on producer income. Improved water management may also reduce expenditures for energy, chemicals, and labor inputs, while enhancing revenues through higher crop yields and improved crop quality. Use of Improved Irrigation Technology and Management How producers respond to higher water costs and limited water supplies is important to. Improved nutrient management requires understanding numerous site-specific interactions between nutrient rate, source, application timing, and placement. Increasing crop response to these nutrient management factors also requires integration of appropriate geospatial spatial technologies to increase field scale crop production.


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Pages Klasse, H.-J. Preview Buy Chap19 Book Title Improved Crop Quality by. Simply adding more of what the crop has already absorbed to capacity is unproductive, expensive, wasteful and damaging to the environment. Therefore, balanced crop nutrition increases crop quality, safeguards natural resources and brings benefit to the farmer.

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[D Anac; P Martin-Prével;] -- Practical experience and scientific investigations have shown that balanced fertilization above all exerts a considerable influence on the quality of agricultural products.

This is an overview of. Therefore, balanced crop nutrition increases crop quality, safeguards natural resources and brings benefit to the farmer. Otherwise rapid population growth and severe urbanization will exhaust our natural resources. Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences: Improved Crop Quality by Nutrient Management (Hardcover).

The improvement of crop yield and quality could first be linked to the capacity of the rootstock for nutrient uptake and assimilation (reviewed in Nawaz et al., ).

However, rootstocks with a strong ability to absorb nutrients do not necessarily improve vine vigor as translocation of nutrients from the root to the scion is also essential. Integrated nutrient management for sustainable crop production, improving crop quality and soil health, and minimizing environmental pollution Conference Paper (PDF Available).

IMPROVED CROP QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH HORTICULTURAL PLANT NUTRITION. Currently, the central tool utilized for nutrient management in orchards is the use of leaf tissue collection and analysis.

Our research verifies that in tree crop production, leaf sampling with comparison to established Critical. Nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphate, and potash are essential plant nutrients for the production of crops used for food, feed, fiber, and fuel. If over applied, though, nitrogen and phosphate can harm the environment.

While commercial fertilizers are the major source of applied nutrients, animal manure and other organic materials also contribute nutrients for crop use. Nutrient management is the science and practice directed to link soil, crop, weather, and hydrologic factors with cultural, irrigation, and soil and water conservation practices to achieve optimal nutrient use efficiency, crop yields, crop quality, and economic returns, while reducing off-site transport of nutrients that may impact the environment.

It involves matching a specific field. Nutrient Management 5 The following sections of this publication focus mainly on N and P management for minimizing threats to water quality. However, it should not be forgotten that overall soil fertility management involves monitoring all crop nutrient levels.

Likewise, soil pH must be properly adjusted andFile Size: 2MB. In the last five years, site-specific nutrient management (SSNM) for rice has become an integral part of initiatives on improving nutrient management in many Asian countries. Nutrient recommendations were tailored to location-specific needs, evaluated together with rice farmers, and promoted through public and private partnerships on a wide Size: 1MB.

occasionally delay crop maturity, if applied in amounts greater than the crop needs. For example, excessive rates of N on tomatoes or plants that set less fruit. Too much nitrogen may result in low sugar contents in sugar beets or in poor quality malting barley.

Grain Sorghum Nitrogen uptake occurs at a faster rate than dry matter accumulation. Aydm A., Turan M., Sezen Y. () Effect of fulvic+humic acid application on yield and nutrient uptake in sunflower (Heliantus annuus) and corn (Zea mays). In: Anac D., Martin-PrÉvel P. (eds) Improved Crop Quality by Nutrient by: 5.

Adoption of recommend management practices (e.g., no-till farming with crop residue mulch, incorporation of forages in the rotation cycle, maintaining a positive Author: Kaushik Batabyal. Develop sustainable irrigated crop, tillage, and nutrient management practices and tools that lead to improved water and nutrient use efficiencies (NUE) with sustainable crop yields and enhanced crop quality compared with conventional practices; and reduced NO3-N leaching potential.

3.(REVISED, ). nutrient management in tropical cropping systems: improved capabilities in modelling and recommen-dations’ (Project no.

LWR2//). The meeting was held in Nairobi, Kenya in January The project was managed by the Tropical Soil Biology and Fertility Institute for the Soil, Water, and Nutrient Management consortium of the Consulta. Ecological Crop and Soil Management We’ll discuss ecological crop and soil management practices as part of a general framework for approaching ecological crop management (figure ).

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Select Chapter 8 - Participatory Breeding: Developing Improved and Relevant Crop Varieties With Farmers.Main emphasis has been given on nutrient management strategies for the improved productivity of erucic acid free genotypes.

The book, comprising pages will undoubtedly provide a valuable information for graduate students as well as researchers working in Author: Manzer Hussain Siddiqui, Firoz Mohammad, Mohamed Hamad Al-Whaibi.