2 edition of Effects of crop rotation and irrigation on soybean and wheat doublecropping on clay soil found in the catalog.
Effects of crop rotation and irrigation on soybean and wheat doublecropping on clay soil
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, National Technical Information Service [distributor in [Beltsville, Md.?], Springfield, VA
Written in English
|Series||ARS -- 119., ARS (Series) (United States. Agricultural Research Service) -- 119.|
|Contributions||United States. Agricultural Research Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 14 p.|
|Number of Pages||14|
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[United States. Agricultural Research Service.;]. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Basket. Tillage and crop rotation effects on barley yield and soil nutrients on a Calciortidic Haploxeralf Article in Soil and Tillage Research 92() January with Reads How we measure.
We studied the effect of tillage and residue management on soil carbon sequestration and CO2 emissions in loam soil cropped in a winter wheat–corn rotation in northern China. Effects of crop rotation and irrigation on soybean and wheat doublecropping on clay soil an economic analysis A Stone fruit tree decline, sixth workshop proceedings: new insights alternative management strategies, Fort Valley, Georgia, October Effects of irrigation on corn, sorghum, and soybean in the Mississippi River alluvial plain an economic analysis A Effects of crop rotation and irrigation on soybean and wheat doublecropping on clay soil an economic analysis.
Carried out a unified program of field studies to specifically determine: 1) effects of soil water (or its lack) on soybean growth and development; 2) factors such as tillage, rotation, irrigation, weed management, and planting environment and time that can be manipulated and/or modified to optimize yield and reduce costs; 3) effect of soil and.
Wheat as a component crop in all wheat-soybean systems produced stable yields and positive net returns in all cropping systems.
Yields and net returns from the monocrop corn and soybean systems and the corn-wheat-soybean system were low and erratic and, on average, were insufficient to cover land rental charges. Table 1. Release of DT soybean germplasm line DT, a high-yielding MG IV soybean germplasm line selected for performance on heavy clay soil was released by the USDA-ARS at Stoneville, MS.
Soybean grown on heavy clay soils generally have suppressed growth, especially when soybean is planted in late March or in April, and subsequential. The soil conservation properties of this long-duration crop, and its large, finely branched root system, may explain the apparent sustainability of long-term wheat production.
The observation of rotational yield responses in most cropping systems could be due to many : Sieglinde Snapp. Categories for comparison include soil type, crop rotation activity, plant population and management practices. For example, this CHT chart shows how hybrids A, B and C are projected to perform on.
However, some studies have shown that long-term no-till practices can cause severe soil compaction, reduce soil porosity, and decrease the availability of soil water and nutrients, consequently reducing WUE and crop yield (Huang et al., b).
Serious hardpans in the – m soil depth often occur with no-till, restricting crop root. To more fully utilize climatic resources and land after the harvest of wheat grain, a field study was conducted on a Wynona silty clay loam (Cumulic Haplaquolls) to analyze the effects of tillage and row spacings on soil water content and yields of monocropped (MC) and double-cropped (DC) wheat and soybeans [Glycine max (L.) Merr.].
A corn/soybean rotation was chosen as optimal on 56% of the farm area analyzed, versus 25% for continuous corn and 13% for a corn/soybean/wheat rotation. 80 NAL Call. No.: HDR47 The economics of an environmentally sound agriculture (ESA). [the effects of long term crop rotation and green manuring on soil composition and yild and quality of tomato and squash in organic agriculture.] paper at: 5.
organik tarım. Soils were sampled, 20 cm deep, from four 4-yr studies in which no-till corn (Zea mays L.) and soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.) were grown continuously or in rotation on a Canfield silt loam (fine-loamy, mixed, mesic Aquic Fragiudalf) or in rotation only on a Hoytville silty clay (fine, illitic, mesic Mollic Ochraqualf), with and without a winter.
Cussans G.W., Raudonius S., Brain P., Cumberworth S. Effects of depth of seed burial and soil aggregate size on seedling emergence of Alopecurus myosuroides, Gallium aparine, Stellaria media and wheat.
Weed Res ; –Cited by: 4. Journal paper. Acharya, B.S.; Rasmussen, J. and Eriksen, J. () Grassland carbon sequestration and emissions following cultivation in a mixed crop rotation. Irrigation The Effects of Deep Tillage and Gypsum Amendment Across a Range of Irrigation Deficits for Furrow-Irrigated Alternative Residue Management Practice Effects over Time on Near-Surface Soil Properties in a Wheat-Soybean, Double-Crop System in Eastern Arkansas Arkansas Soybean Research Studies 51File Size: 9MB.
Varvel and Peterson (45) showed that such a crop rotation often reduces residual soil nitrates after harvest, thereby reducing potential for nitrate leaching. If a forage legume is used in a crop rotation, somewhat similar effects on N availability and use is often observed (44).
Minutes of the meeting, as published in the Annual Wheat Newsletter, were approved by voice vote. Germplasm Collections.
G. Waines reported on the proposal to collect germplasm in S.E. Turkey before a large irrigation project is installed and reported that C.
Sterling did not think that it is necessary.ANNUAL WHEAT NEWSLETTER Volume 56 Edited by W.J. Raupp, Department of Plant Pathology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS USA. Facilities during manuscript editing were provided by the Plant Pathology De- partment and the Wheat Genetic and Genomic Resources Center, Kansas State University.
1 August, CROP ROTATION A great proportion of no-till still continues to be practiced in monoculture. Monoculture is defined as repeating the same crop each year in the same place.
Under this definition, double cropping wheat and soybean is understood as monoculture in South America.