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Water use/yield relationships for central Great Plains crops
D. C Nielsen
|Other titles||Water use, yield relationships for central Great Plains crops|
|Series||Conservation tillage facts -- 2-95, Conservation tillage facts -- 95-2|
|Contributions||United States. Natural Resources Conservation Service|
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Get this from a library. Water use/yield relationships for central Great Plains crops: knowing and using these relationships can help you to make wise cropping decisions.
[David C Nielsen; United States. Natural Resources Conservation Service.; United States. Central Great Plains Research Station.; Colorado Conservation Tillage Association.]. The water-limited environment of the semiarid Central Great Plains may not produce enough cover crop biomass to generate benefits associated with cover crop use in more humid regions.
Great Lakes National Program Officer, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region V, ), by Robert Rettig and United States Environmental Protection Agency, Great Lakes National Program Office (page images at HathiTrust) Water use/yield relationships for central Great Plains crops.
Comparison of Three Alternative Oilseed Crops for the Central Great Plains. The objectives of this study were to determine water use/yield relationships and likely average production levels.
Water use/yield production functions were programmed into an Excel spreadsheet for 16 dryland crops with weather data from 15 central Great Plains locations. The spreadsheet is user friendly and easy to work with and allows the user to estimate dryland crop yields based on a soil-water content measurement (or estimation) and from a prediction.
Hence, dryland farmers in the semi-arid central Great Plains should be cautious when considering the use of cover crops in their farming operations as there is a high likelihood that subsequent crop yields will be decreased due to the cover crop water use.
03 Development of corn crop water production functions across years and locations using a. Cover crop effect on subsequent wheat yield and water use efficiency in the central great plains.
Agronomy Journal. Cover crop and irrigation effects on soil microbial communities and enzymes in semiarid agroecosystems of the Central Great Plains of North America.
A place for grain sorghum in deficit irrigation production systems. Proceedings of the 27th annual Central Plains irrigation Association, Colby, KS. FebruarySchneekloth, J., D.C. Nielsen and R.M. Aiken. Impact of drought genetics on irrigated corn production. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Central Plains Irrigation Conference.
Introduction. Global food security threatened by climate change is one of the most important challenges in the 21st century to supply sufficient food for the increasing population while sustaining the already stressed e change has already caused significant impacts on water resources, food security, hydropower, human health especially for African countries, as well as to.
Previously published research reported a “synergistic effect” of corn (Zea mays L.) on winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and proso millet (Panicum miliaceum L.) water use efficiency (WUE) when corn (C) was the preceding crop for dryland cropping systems in the central Great Plains, i.e., less water was required to grow a unit of wheat (W) or proso millet (M) when corn was the preceding crop.
Dr. David C. Nielsen, Research Agronomist with the Central Plains Research Management Unit located at the Central Great Plains Research Station in Akron, retired on July 2 after nearly 35 years wit.
Nighttime water loss can be an important part of total water loss of irrigated crops in the windy Plains states and should be included in regional water supply and use calculations. Related to milestones 1a, 4b and 4c; NP Action Plan 1, ; ARS Strategic Plan Performance Measures and ing the release of N by CGM crops to subsequent cash crops, and the legacy effects of animal manure applications in cool and sub-humid regions.
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Cole () studied the relationship between annual precipitation and the yields of spring wheat on the Great Plains. Taking1 data points from 14 research stations in the northern Great Plains over the periodhe obtained the linear regression equation: yield = (precipitation) (1) with a correlation coefficient of A large-scale hydrological model (MIKE HYDRO) was established for the purpose of sustainable agricultural water management in the main stem Tarim River, located in northwest China.
In this arid region, agricultural water consumption and allocation management are crucial to address the conflicts among irrigation water users from upstream to downstream. Most General Circulation Models predict more infrequent but larger precipitation events in the eastern United States combined with a warmer climate.
This could have a negative effect on maize production. To understand the sensitivity of maize production to future changes in precipitation, we analyzed growing season precipitation and average state maize yields in the eastern United States for.
The book emphasizes on irrigation water management to optimize crop yields in order to increase Water Productivity of crops in low productivity regions of the state applying suitable technology. This book appeals to researchers and students in geography and planning working on the topics of agriculture as well as irrigation and water management.
In temperate environments, the wheat–soybean [Triticum aestivum L.–Glycine max (L.) Merr.] double-crop system often improves the capture and use efficiency of radiation and water in relation to single crops.
Here we assessed the yield and quality of wheat and soybean in relay and sequential double-crops as compared with control sole-crops.
Many agricultural soils of the northern Great Plains have excess CaCO 3 or CaSO 4 and pH levels abovethereby having high fixation capacity for applied P and resultant poor predictability of crop responses to applied P fertilizer.
In addition, initial and residual effects of applied fertilizer P on soil test P values are not well understood. Vertical farming is an indoor farming technique that employs space in three plains (length x width x height) rather than simply in the two traditional planes (length x width).
With the invention and farmer acceptance of precision farming tools (yield monitors, and variable rate application technology), the opportunity for applied agronomic research in farmer fields has grown dramatically. With each change in the genetic makeup of seed, simultaneously may come a change in the plants ability to response to input variables.
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Tropentag - Book of Abstracts. Download PDF. dictate the need for irrigation of crops using water either from canals or tube-wells. As there is to date no comprehensive overview about the nutrient status of those soils and yield constraints due to e.g.
micronutrient deficiencies (especially zinc in the soils of the study region), a. Double Cropping and Interplanting January - February TITLE: Double Cropping and Interplanting AUTHOR: Mary V. Gold Alternative Farming Systems Information Center National Agricultural Library PUBLICATION DATE: August SERIES: QB UPDATES: QB NAL Call no.: aZN3 no CONTACT: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center National.
A rise in ambient temperature by 1–2°C might lead upto a 30% loss in productivity of major cereal crops (Johkan et al. ), particularly in central and south Asia. Effect on C3 and C4 Crop Biology The effects of e[CO2], vary with species and developmental stage of the plant with a greater response during early growth stages (Kramer, NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL LIBRARY ARCHIVED FILE Archived files are provided for reference purposes only.
This file was current when produced, but is. Ground water in south western part of the Punjab is of poor quality and soil health is also poor due to monoculture of crops so it offers a great potential for crop diversification.
Oil seed sector as a whole has witnessed significant increase in production in the last decade. TABLE OF CONTENTS ; HIDE: Front Cover: Front Matter: Title Page: Table of Contents. IRRI’s investigation of ways to improve yields and sustainability of the important rice-wheat cropping system in the Indo-Gangetic Plains of South Asia focused in on an integrated system incorporating tillage, nutrients, weed management, and water use in the rice crop.
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The amount of water applied ranged between x m3 and x m3 in the control and NPK(H) treatments for the respective production of x kg and x kg of maize dry matter. The efficiency with which crops use available water for dry matter production is very important. ALBERDA, T.: Production and Water Use of Several Food and Fodder Crops under Irrigation in the Desert Area of Southwestern Peru.
(AgricuIturaI Research Report ). — Pudoc, Wageningen The history of GMO crops in India is like elsewhere. The first few years are great then they need more herbicide and more fertilizer [and more water] to get yields and that drives the farmer into bankruptcy. India has had a rash of farmer suicides due to crop failures.
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