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Challenges and Opportunities for Crop Production in Dry and Saline Environments in ARASIA Member States

No. 1841
English IAEA-TECDOC-1841 (ISBN: 978-92-0-101918-9)
136 pages ¦ 15 figures ¦ EUR 18.00 ¦ Date published: 2018

Description

This publication serves as a referencing guide for Member States and interested specialized readers wishing to work on agriculture in dry and saline environment, in particular located in the Middle East region. All information and instructions given in this guide are based on successful and sound practices applied in pertaining Member States for sustainable cropping of salt affected soils. It will help scientists and farmers to select management alternatives most efficient for agriculture in saline environments within their own countries. The publication also focuses on the possible use of isotopes techniques in dealing with salinity and droughts conditions affecting crop production.

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Keywords

Soil Fertility, Irrigation, Soil Salinization, Control, Arid Regions Agriculture, Soils, Salts, Soil Salinity, Droughts, Arid, Saline Environment, Isotopes Techniques, Asia, Research, Cropping, Knowledge, Gap Analysis, ARASIA, Member States, IAEA, Middle East, Scientists, Farmer, Crop Production, Drainage, Phytoremediation, Soil Management Data, Land, Water Quality, Management Alternatives, Tools, Expertise, Leaching, Cultural Practices, Sustainable Cropping, Fallowing

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