By Edited by Wesley W. Wallender, Kenneth K. Tanji, Sc.D.
Agricultural Salinity overview and administration, moment version, considers all over the world salinity and hint aspect administration in irrigated agriculture and water offers. This up to date version offers a connection with aid maintain irrigated agriculture and integrates modern options and administration practices. It covers technical and clinical facets of agricultural salinity mangement, in addition to environmental, financial, and criminal issues. themes comprise: nature and volume of agricultural salinity; prognosis of salinity difficulties and choice of keep watch over practices; soil reaction to saline and sodic stipulations; plant responses to saline and sodic stipulations; long term regional-scale modeling of soil salinity; case learn of San Joaquin Valley, California; institutional and salinity matters at the top Rio Grande; and viability of irrigated agriculture with increasing house and time. the second one version of MOP seventy one is effective to water execs, engineers, scientists, practitioners, and educators attracted to constructing and coping with ever extra restricted water offers all over the world
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Practices based on the presumption that saline drainage waters will somehow, somewhere, be discharged are now being challenged. New and more restrictive regulations on the discharge of nonpoint source pollutants in agricultural drainage waters are expected in the United States. Issues related to salts in soils include the concentration of salts (salinity) and the composition of sodium relative to calcium and magnesium (sodicity). Salinity concentrations have direct effects on plants independent of other soil conditions.
By September 2007, about onethird of the 34 chapters had been submitted. Sadly, Ken passed away suddenly on Friday, September 7, 2007, and this left an enormous void in leadership and vision—not only regarding the completion of Manual 71 but also in expertise in agricultural salinity and management. Wes Wallender volunteered and was approved by the Irrigation and Drainage Council as the editor to complete one of Ken’s many great works. By the fall of 2008, all the chapters had been submitted. They were technically reviewed by the Task Committee (each chapter was reviewed by a member of the Committee) and revised by the authors.
Effects of specific ions or elements must be considered separately. They are generally secondary in importance. Available data on relative crop tolerances to salinity and specific ions and elements are compiled in Chapter 13 (Tables 13-1 through 13-5). Such 30 AGRICULTURAL SALINITY ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT salt-tolerance data cannot provide accurate, quantitative values of crop yield losses from salinity for every situation. Actual response to salinity varies with many factors, including climate, soil conditions, agronomic practices, irrigation management, crop variety, stage of growth, and salt composition.
Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management by Edited by Wesley W. Wallender, Kenneth K. Tanji, Sc.D.