Record nummer 892631
Titel artikel Water conservation practices for sustainable dryland farming systems in the Pacific Northwest
Auteur(s) Hammel, J.E.
Tijdschrifttitel American journal of alternative agriculture
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 11(1996)2/3
Paginering 58 - 63
Annotatie(s) 7 figs.; 32 refs.; Summary (en)
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Trefwoorden (cab) grondbewerking gericht op bodemconservering / teeltsystemen / teelt / dry farming / erosiebestrijding / braak / hexaploïdie / cultuurmethoden zonder grondbewerking / pacifische staten van de vs / rotaties / bodembescherming / bodemwater / triticum aestivum / waterbescherming / tarwe / winter / regenafhankelijke landbouw
Rubrieken Bedrijfssystemen
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Tillage and residue management practices employed to conserve soil and water and achieve sustainable crop production in the US Pacific Northwest wheat region. Cropping systems depend on the yearly amount of precipitation: annual systems without fallow, or winter wheat/fallow systems. Figures are presented on precipitation and soil water storage and evaporation as affected by tillage and surface residue
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