Record nummer 887718
Titel artikel Soil and water conservation and improved crop management effects on watershed productivity in Andra Pradesh, India
Auteur(s) Vittal, K.P.R.
Tijdschrifttitel American journal of alternative agriculture
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 11(1996)1
Paginering 2 - 6
Annotatie(s) 1 ill.; 1 tab.; 14 refs.; summary (en)
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Trefwoorden (cab) drainage / dry farming / erosiebestrijding / india / irrigatie / natuurlijke hulpbronnen / bescherming / herstel / hulpbronnengebruik / rivieren / bodembescherming / duurzaamheid (sustainability) / waterbescherming / stroomgebieden / regenafhankelijke landbouw
Rubrieken Agrohydrologie / Bodemkunde (algemeen)
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Description and evaluation of a government program to improve the productivity of a dryland vertisol watershed in the semi-arid tropical region of India. Measures to conserve soil and water (e.g. percolation tank, grading, checks, deep tillage) were combined with improved crop management (e.g. cultivars, fertilizers, timeliness in operations). The effects on crop production and income are summarized
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