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Wheat Yields on Prime and Nonprime Soils and Soil Mixtures in a Greenhouse Study.

Frederic S. Carter

Wheat Yields on Prime and Nonprime Soils and Soil Mixtures in a Greenhouse Study.

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Published by University of North Dakota Press in Grand Forks, ND .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Greenhouses -- Research.,
  • Mine soils -- North Dakota.,
  • Strip mining -- Law and legislation -- North Dakota.

  • About the Edition

    Stripmine reclamation regulations in North Dakota requires that prime and nonprime soils be separated. This paper reports on a greenhouse study to find and compare the productivity of mixtures of different soil types and horizons.

    Edition Notes

    ContributionsDoll, Eugene C.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 p.
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21638081M

      A study of soil improving practices in the Columbia Basin, Washington State, was conducted used grower focus groups to look at organic amendments, cover crop/green manure, and high residue farming. The orthophoto or other base map on which the soil lines were compiled and digitized probably differs from the background imagery displayed on these maps. As a result, some minor shifting of map unit boundaries may be evident. Yields of Non-Irrigated Crops (Component): Wheat (Bu)—Nowata County, Oklahoma Natural Resources Conservation Service. The productive wheat lands of parts of Washington, Oregon and Idaho are underlain by soils incorporating volcanic ash and classified as _____. geologic The soil forming factor which relates to the parent material composition is the ________ forming factor. Wheat farming. The development of the seed drill has made the planting of cereal crops over a wide area very economic. Early horse-drawn seed drills operated simply by gouging a furrow in the soil and allowing a steady flow of seed to drop into it.


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Wheat Yields on Prime and Nonprime Soils and Soil Mixtures in a Greenhouse Study. by Frederic S. Carter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Generally, this land includes areas of soils that nearly meet the requirements for prime farmland and that economically produce high yields of crops when treated and managed according to acceptable farming methods. Some areas may produce as high a yield as prime farmland if conditions are favorable.

Water factors explained 37 to 73% of annual variability in wheat yields at the site by soil level, 19 to 63% when pooled over soils within sites, and 35 to 40% pooled over all.

ity of soil Al3+ and Mn2+, and negatively impacted winter wheat growth and yields (Ernani et al., ; Schroder et al., ). In strongly acidified soils, Al toxicity causes reduced root growth and stunted plants (Schroeder and Pumphrey, ).

Low soil pH is also associated with low water uptakeCited by: • Wheat varieties differ in their tolerance to various soil constraints. • Parallel screening of multiple stresses, rapid field-based phenotyping, the development of a rapid root screen and the ability to screen in soil-based systems under controlled conditions using ‘model’ sodic soils representative of the target environments will generate valuable knowledge for breeding programs.•.

Research by Western Co-operative Fertilizers Ltd. has found that on average barley showed no response to added potash on high potassium soil 60 percent of the time, a. Enhanced yields and soil quality in a wheat-maize rotation using buried straw mulch Article (PDF Available) in Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 97(10) December with Reads.

Building Soils for Better Crops is a practical guide to ecological soil management that provides background information as well as details of soil-improving practices. This book is meant to give the reader a holistic appreciation of the importance of soil health and to suggest ecologically sound practices that help to develop and maintain.

Nutrient Management Management practices that provide an adequate, but not excessive, supply of plant nutrients are essential for top yields of high quality winter wheat.

Soil sampling is essential to good nutrient management. Great book that is free for download as PDF. Very useful and interesting information on - like the title says - busing soil for better crops.

Most what is written is about bigger scale (farms /managing land - improving soil humus, aeration and reverting erosion etc) but it's very easy to downscale the advice to your own (herb/veg/flower) garden/5.

Soil testing for nitrate-N in the fall for making nitrogen (N) recommendations on winter wheat is a valuable practice, particularly when using inch profile sampling. Unfortunately, few farmers utilize this tool, and its value has been questioned in some areas due to the potential for overwinter N loss.

However, with the exception of sands, N losses over winter in Kansas are normally quite. We measured soil quality by assessing chemical and biological properties, and monitored the crop yields in the study time for a total of 14 cropping cycles.

Specific objectives of the Wheat Yields on Prime and Nonprime Soils and Soil Mixtures in a Greenhouse Study. book were: (1) To assess the effects of compost and wood scrap soil amendments on crop yields. (2)Cited by:   In a greenhouse pot study, we examined the availability of N to grain sorghum from organic and inorganic N sources.

The treatments were15N-labeled clover residues, wheat residues, and fertilizer placed on a sandy clay loam and loamy sand soil surface for an 8-week period. Soil aggregates formed under each soil texture were measured after 8 weeks for each by: 4. Taking fall soil profile-N samples has been a recommended practice for making an N recommendation for winter wheat for many years.

However, due to the mobility of nitrate-N in the soil, soil test values observed in the fall may be completely different than values observed in the spring, particularly on soils prone to leaching.

While FN had no residual effects, residual GM produced greater wheat yields, indicating that FN applied to wheat could be reduced by 25%. Soil NO 3 –N leaching to 60 cm in the rice crop was apparently used by the subsequent wheat crop, which has a deeper and more extensive rooting system.

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The pot study is designed to determine the effects of Si fertilizer sources and Si rate on soil P dynamics and winter wheat response (e.g., yield, P uptake). The field trial extends the pot study determine the utility of applying locally available Si sources to winter wheat under field conditions.

Legume Green Fallow Effect on Soil Water Content at Wheat Planting and Wheat Yield may reduce subsequent wheat yield. This study was conducted to early legume planting and termination dates as well as and yields were compared with wheat yields from conventional till lowing lentil (Cochran and Kolberg, ).

In some. 1. Analysis of yields taken from plots that received no N fertilizer shows a strong positive relationship with fall soil profile nitrate-N (Figure 1).

Wheat yields increased rapidly as soil N levels increased to about 80 pounds soil N per acre, and then leveled off. Cui B., Yang W., Feng M., Huang W., Song X. () Study on the Spatial – Temporal Variability of Soil Nutrients during Winter Wheat Growth Season.

In: Li D., Chen Y. (eds) Computer and Computing Technologies in Agriculture VI. CCTA IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, vol Springer, Berlin, HeidelbergAuthor: Bei Cui, Bei Cui, Wude Yang, Meichen Feng, Wenjiang Huang, Xiaoyu Song.

Tolerance of wheat varieties to soil acidity and soil aluminium. Mohammad Amjad, Craig Scanlan, Ross Brennan and Bob French, Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia Key messages. Substantial varietal variation in response to soil acidity (low soil pHCa and high Al) liming and P fertiliser on acidic loamy sand soils was observed for anthesis biomass, grain yield and quality.

The effect of soil and foliar sulhur alication on winter wheat yield and soil roperties Results and discussion Elemental sulphur application increased, albeit not always significantly, the grain and straw yield in comparison to the control treatment (Table 1).

Table 1. Yields of winter wheat Doses and forms of sulphur Grain Straw tha-1File Size: KB. Qamar et al.: Influence of tillage and mulch on soil physical properties 21 West African Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. 23(1), 21– Influence of Tillage and Mulch on Soil Physical Properties and Wheat Yield in Rice-Wheat System R.

Qamar 1,2*, Ehsanullah 2, M. Saqib 3, H. Muhammad Rashad Javeed 4, A. Rehman 5, Atique-ur-Rehman6 an d Cited by: 1. Introduction. Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is the most important cereal food crop for human consumption in the world (Zhu and Chen, ).In China, most of the wheat production is on dry land with poor soil fertility (Tong et al., ).China is a country with a large population and limited arable land area, with only ha available per capita, which is significantly less than the world Cited by: Building Soils for Better Crops is a practical guide to ecological soil management that provides background information as well as details of soil-improving practices.

This book is meant to give the reader an appreciation of the im-portance of soil health and to suggest ecologically sound practices that help to develop and maintain healthy soils. In a field experiment initiated in the /73 rabi season (November–March) on an acidic soil in the western Himalayas of India, continuous cropping for 25 years with nitrogen fertilizer alone reduced the grain yields of maize (Zea mays) and wheat (Triticum aestivum) to almost on five-year moving average values, the application of % NP resulted in a reduction of grain yields of Cited by: A study was carried out to investigate the influence of agricultural lime (21% CaO) from Koru, Kisumu on soil properties and wheat yield on acidic soils of Uasin Gishu county.

Field trials were conducted at Chepkoilel University College farm and in Kipsangui area of Uasin Gishu county. yields obtained were 64 9 g/m 2 in GLS and 93 g/m2 in the other soils.

The I ow yields in RS, THA and LCA were caused by the small number of spikes. These differences in plant growth and yields among the soil types were mainly associated with the soil fertilities and the soil temperature p attem : Akiko Sato, Kazuhiro Suenaga, Hiroyuki Takada, Kazumi Kawaguchi.

Soil temperatures in Oklahoma can be hot when planting in late August to early September for forage-only or dual-purpose wheat (Figure 1).

Seed that was planted into soils with temperatures above 85° F may result in delayed germination or prevent wheat seedling emergence. In addition to the soil moisture status since planting, listed below are Author: David Marburger. Building Soils for Better Crops is a one-of-a-kind, practical guide to ecological soil management, now expanded and in full color.

It provides step-by-step information on soil-improving practices as well as in-depth background from what soil is to the importance of organic by: which accounts for the 90% of variations in the wheat grain yield (Fischer, ). The kernel number per spike should be increased in order to achieve high yields (Wicke et al., ).

The grain yield is dependent on the kernel number per spike much more than on the spike length and spikelet number per spike (Lazovic et al., ).File Size: KB. Its beneficial effects on wheat yields in both greenhouse and field conditions have been reported [28, 29].

Balandreau found that Azosprillum lipoferum inoculation increased yield around t/ha and wheat grain by up to 30% [ 30, 31 ]; Okon and Labandera-Gonzalez by inoculation with Azospirillum brasilense [ Cited by: 5. Managing Acid Soils for Optimum Wheat Production acid, high Al soils. A lim rate e study initiate was idn the fall of on a site i Kingman n County that had a initian soil plH of and a lime rate on wheat yields an soid l p H and Al levels.

Table 1. Lim effecte s on wheat yield sois anl d. Fig. (a) The Yaqui Valley study region in Northwest Mexico. A Landsat ETM+ composite image (RGB = Bands 4, 3, 2) from 16 March, shows the dominant presence of wheat fields, which appear red at this time of year.

The four soil zones used in this study are outlined in white and the meteorological station is marked by crosshairs. ties in agricultural soils, especially in double-crop systems. The objective of this study was to determine the long-term trends in SOM, soil C and N, bulk density, pH, electrical conductivity, and Mehlich-3–extractable nutrients in the top 10 cm and yield as affected by alternative residue and water management practices in a wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)-soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.

Effect of soil additives on modulus of rupture of Salt lake. silty day loam. 34 9. Effect of soil additives on 1/3-atmosphere and IS-atmos-phere percentages from Salt lake silty clay loam. 37 Alcohol-water mixtures used in measuring aggregate stability in laboratory experiment.

41 Alcohol-water ratings of soil aggregates Author: Gaylen L. Ashcroft. Wheat grows in many types of soil, but it grows best in well-drained loam or clay-loam soils. Two major threats to the wheat plant's growth are poor soil drainage and high levels of soil acidity.

The large amount of aluminum usually contained in acidic soils is poisonous to wheat. wheat in Nebraska is grown in the western region where about 92% of winter wheat acreage is in dry land production without irrigation or supplemental water (Hamid, ).

Soil with low water holding capacity causes stress on plants during drought. Soils especially in Author: Ellie Smith-Eskridge.

growing of winter wheat varieties in mixtures was found out in year at location with heavy soil, where better values of all assessed parameters were obtained in comparison with aver age of monoculture of two varieties. The yield was increased t/ha. Soil pH was determined using a glass electrode and soil water ratio of Historical soil test results for samples collected in July from these same sites were compared to that collected in this study to evaluate changes in soil pH, TN and SOC over time ().

High temperature germination sensitivity is a fancy way of saying that some wheat varieties simply don’t germinate well in hot soil conditions (e.g. Overley). The extent of the sensitivity varies by year, so Overley might germinate fine in 95F soils one year and produce a 10% stand in.

Soil Sampling for Fertilizer Application Plans for the Growing Season Following are some things to keep in mind while soil sampling this fall: A soil sample which does not represent the area being sampled will be misleading and result in over or under-application of fertilizer.As a wheat farmer, you are probably always on the look for different ways to increase your wheat yield.

Well, biological soil amendments are the way to go. Biological soil amendments manufactured by Pro-Soil agricultural solutions are designed for wheat farmers just like you to achieve the yields you strive for.

Applying our biological soil amendments is the first step towards a wheat crop. The objective of this study was to characterize and compare the uptake of arsenic by common homegrown vegetables grown in soils near the site. A controlled greenhouse study was conducted in parallel with a co-created citizen science program where community members, after training, collected soil, irrigation water and vegetable samples from Cited by: