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Water requirements of some high yielding major crops, 1975/1981

Water requirements of some high yielding major crops, 1975/1981

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Published by The Section in [Cairo, Egypt] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water-supply, Agricultural -- Egypt.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFinal report of the research project on Water requirements of some high yielding major crops, 1975/1981.
    StatementAgricultural Research Center, Soils and Water Research Institute, Water Requirements Research Section.
    ContributionsUnited Arab Republic. Agricultural Research Center. Soils and Water Research Institute. Water Requirements Research Section.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68 leaves ;
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14213916M

    Some of the key requirements are to substantially increase public investment in agriculture, ensure better price to farmers, reduce input costs, promotion of climate resilient crop varieties, better and more local storage and distribution of food grains, and improvement of soil and water quality. e.g. high yielding variety (HYV) seeds, chemical fertilisers, insecticides and pesticides in order to obtain higher productivity. The degree of commercialisation of agriculture varies from one region to another. For example, rice is a commercial crop in Haryana and Punjab, but in Odisha, it is a subsistence crop. Can you give some more examples.

    This publication provides general information for growing vegetables in home gardens in New Mexico. A well-planned vegetable garden can provide nutritious, high-quality, fresh vegetables for the whole family. A ft by ft garden will provide enough growing area for an average family. Though a well-maintained vegetable garden can be a lot of work, the outdoor exercise will mean better. The variety choice and the quality of the seed set an upper limit on yield and crop quality. Some farmers who grow considerable acreage of a crop like to plant several varieties. This practice spreads out the use of labor and other valuable resources, as well as the risk of crop failure due to an insect or disease outbreak or unfavorable weather.

    Crop yields are an essential aspect of every farmer’s day, impacting how profitable their farmland can be. Learning how to improve crop yields is key to successful farming, and access to new technologies and planting methods has given farmers an opportunity increase crop production – the key to maintaining the long term sustainability of their farm. Water Requirement of Different Crops Amount of water required by a crop in its whole production period is called water requiremrnt. The amont of water taken by crops vary cosiderably. Water Requirement of Different Crops | agropedia.


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Water requirements of some high yielding major crops, 1975/1981 Download PDF EPUB FB2

The objective of this chapter was to calculate water requirements for four crops: wheat, maize, rice and sugarcane grown in 17 governorates in Egypt under current climate and under the A1B climate change scenario in The BISm model was used to calculate crop coefficient water depletion from root zone.

Crop Water Requirement. Crop water requirements (CWR) are defined as the depth of water [mm] needed to meet the water consumed through evapotranspiration (ETc) by a disease-free crop, growing in large fields under non-restricting soil conditions including soil water and fertility, and achieving full production potential under the given growing environment.

Apr 19,  · Modeling water requirements of major crops and their responses to climate change in the North China Plain () A contour map book of main crops water requirement in China.

Beijing: China Agriculture Science Press. Xiang Y, Mc Vicar TR () Prediction of crop yield, water consumption and water use efficiency with a SVAT-crop growth Cited by: Nutrient requirements Because an optimal supply of P and K is required for high yields, even during periods of water stress, these nutrients should be applied before sowing in spring Chapter 8 – Nutrient management guidelines for some major field crops is often below 50 percent.

The basal application should be worked into the. Assesment of Crop and Irrigation Water Requirements for Some Selected Crops in Northwestern Bangladesh. By Md. Robiul Islam, Mahmudul Hasan Mizan, Mafruha Akter requirements are comparatively very high due to the prevailing climatic risk management in agriculture is a major.

Mid-Level Water Requirement Crops. Most plants land in this range when it comes to water requirements. These plants do not need to be watered every day, but they need to be watered when the soil has been dry for over a week or two.

Sometimes these plants are classified as plants lying in the "occasional water zone". 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. Apr 19,  · Water requirements of crops 1.

Water Requirements of Crop 2. Functions of Irrigation Water Soil furnishes the following for the plant life: 1. To supply water partially or totally for crop need 2. To cool both the soil and the plant 3. Provides water for. The water relations and irrigation requirements of cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.): A review Article (PDF Available) in Experimental Agriculture 47(04) - · October with 6, Reads.

water requirements are not met each day, quality and yield will decline. To produce economical yields and marketable quality produce, climatic conditions must match crop requirements.

Climatic conditions, such as light availability, evaporation rates, wind. Chapter 2 Irrigation Water Requirements (vi-NEH, September ) 2–i Preface 2–i Irrigation is vital to produce acceptable quality and yield of crops on arid climate croplands.

Supplemental irrigation is also vital to produce acceptable quality and yield of crops on croplands in semi-arid and subhumid climates during seasonal droughty. Mar 01,  · Crop water requirement 1. CROP WATER REQUIREMENT-FACTORS AFFECTING CROP WATER REQUIREMENT Crop water requirement is the water required by the plants for its survival, growth, development and to produce economic parts.

This requirement is applied either naturally by precipitation or artificially by irrigation. "development and spread of high-yielding varieties of wheat and rice in the less developed nations" (pdf).

u.s. department of agriculture office of international cooperation and development in cooperation with u.s. agency for international development. ALTERNATE FORAGE CROPS WHEN. IRRIGATION WATER IS LIMITED. Choosing annuals versus perennial crops one crop of barley silage may only require about 15 inches of water for a 3 to 4 ton/acre yield.

If some of this moisture is from soil storage from winter snow and is a high yielding, water efficient crop under the right conditions. Critical periods for some vegetable crops are listed in Table 33 of the Appendix. Unfortunately, little data is available on the water requirements of vegetables in Texas.

The most extensive study of water requirements was conducted by the Texas Board of Water Engineers (Figure V-6). High Yielding Varieties Seeds are undoubtedly land substituting, water economizing, more la­bour using, and employment generating innovation; nevertheless, they are very delicate and sensitive and therefore require a great deal of care if a successful harvest is to be obtained.

Bithell and S. Smith. Plant Industries, Department of Resources, GPO BoxDarwin NT future crop water requirements due to climate change. Increases in crop irrigation volume cover and crop factors to estimate crop water requirements for maintenance and yield. This spreadsheet was. For cool-season crops, such as cereal crops, and most C3 crops, the base temperature is 45 °F (7 °C).

For warm-season and most C4 crops, a modified GDU method is used. The basic equation is the same as the one at the left, but if the minimum temperature is lower than the base temperature, then the day’s minimum temperature is set.

Nov 13,  · The following three crops can, however, be grown hydroponically and should represent a profit opportunity in most markets if grown consistently of high quality. Again, it should be reiterated, that if one or more of these crops is already being successfully grown hydroponically in your particular area, you may have to find your own niche.

Water Management in Horticultural Crops (HNW ) 2(1+1) irrigation efficiency and water requirements of horticultural crops, irrigation planning and scheduling, soil moisture cons ervation practices. table is high, leads to water logging of the area.

Crop yield is. Top 10 High Yield Crops to Plant. Spread the Word to to plant this spring. All are easy to grow, many can be grown vertically (to save on space), and all have super high yields, so you get lots of veggies for the money, not to mention space.

Now this list isn’t meant to be all inclusive. Depending on where you live, some of these plants.Outlines the principles for establishing and operating a successful small-scale horticulture business, examines six local case study horticulture businesses and presents the lessons that can be learned from their experience, as well as providing some key reasons as to why a business may fail.The yield potential of these crops is very high.

However, they are generally low in protein, minerals and vitamins in comparison to cereal crops. There is some variation among species in this regard - taro and yams have up to 6% good quality protein, and potatoes provide some minerals and vitamin C.