3 edition of New vegetative approaches to soil and moisture conservation found in the catalog.
New vegetative approaches to soil and moisture conservation
Includes bibliographical references (p. 49-50).
|Statement||Montague Yudelman, John C. Greenfield, William B. Magrath.|
|Contributions||Greenfield, John C., Magrath, William.|
|LC Classifications||S625.D44 Y83 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||90040382|
Soil pH levels don't directly show if nutrient are available - complex combination of soil types, soil moisture regimes and meteorological factors play a significant role. The important observation is that pH is the regulatory mechanism to plant nutrient uptake, and that the theoretical concentration of soil nutrients is meaningless until pH. Abstract. Resource-poor farm families in the seasonally-dry tropics suffer increasing insecurity of food and water supplies. Loss of soil porosity, caused by rain impact and/or damaging tillage, limits rates and amounts of water infiltration and percolation, provokes loss by runoff and thus diminishes possibilities for groundwater by: 2.
Cont. Soil texture and structure play a vital role in determining the ability of the soil to produce high crops through their influence on some of these factors e.g. moisture holding capacity and drainage. Organic matter is another component which influences most of . ADVERTISEMENTS: Principles of soil conservation: The chief agents of soil erosion are water and wind. The actual art of soil conservation is based on certain basic principles which include: ADVERTISEMENTS: (i) Protection of soil from impact of rain drops (ii) To slow down the water from concentrating and moving down the slope in a narrow [ ].
Conservation Farming. Like conservation tillage, this title covers many different farming techniques. It includes any farming practice which improves yield, or reliability, or decreases the inputs of labour or fertilizer, or anything else leading towards improved land husbandry, which we have defined as the foundation of good soil conservation. the World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies (WOCAT) and reflects a long and intense participatory development process (WOCAT, in Mitiku et al., ). According to Mitiku et al. () the soil water conservation techniques are classified as management measures (such as land use change, areaFile Size: 1MB.
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New vegetative approaches to soil and moisture conservation. Washington, D.C.: World Wildlife Fund & the Conservation Foundation, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Montague Yudelman; John C Greenfield; William Magrath.
New Vegetative Approaches to Soil and Moisture Conservation [Montague Yudelman, John C. Greenfield, William B.
Magrath] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying by: 4. New Vegetative Approaches to Soil and Moisture Conselvation Montague Yudelman, fohn C. Greenfield and William B. Magrath WORLD WILDLIFE FUND O THE CONSERVATION FOUNDATION. What are Soil Conservation Approaches. The top soil layer contains mostly organic matter and nutrients which are very useful for plant growth.
In order to get better plant growth, the top soil layer New vegetative approaches to soil and moisture conservation book be protected from wind and water erosion. Measures taken for protecting the top soil layer are called soil conservation measures.
Soil and Water Conservation life on this planet, as the so il is an essential resource to suppor t plants for producing food, and to provide shelter to insects and animals.
Soil moisture reduction through transpiration and plant uptake, and 3. Buttressing and soil arching action from embedded stems. The vegetation also tends to prevent (surface) erosion by: 1. Binding and restraining soil particles in place, 2.
Filtering soil particles from runoff, 3. Absorb raindrop energy prior to File Size: 4MB. New Vegetative Approaches To Soil and Moisture Conservation.
Magrath, Greenfield and Yudelman Magrath, Greenfield and Yudelman "The Vetiver Man of Tulube" - a farmer from western Ethiopia who has in this year of dought obtained four times the average yield of maize using vetiver hedgerows supported by other improved crop practices.
alternative conservation practice. Vegetative barriers are narrow strips ( feet wide) of stiff, erect densely growing plants, usually grasses, planted across the slope perpendicular to the dominant slope.
Over forty years ago, the USDA-Soil Conservation Service referenced the use of vegetative barriers in an agriculture handbook on conservation. Overgrazing and soil trampling result in impoverishment of species composition, reduction in vegetative cover and exposure to soil erosion (Thornes, ).
Nevertheless, degradation of grasslands. ADVERTISEMENTS: Some of the methods that must be adopted for conserving soil are as follows: 1.
Afforestation 2. Checking Overgrazing 3. Constructing Dams 4. Changing Agricultural Practices. Soil conservation includes all those measures which help in protecting the soil from erosion and exhaustion. Soil erosion has been continuing over, such a large part of India [ ]. Each new approach is described briefly, and then all are linked into a hierarchical network focused on promoting a more environmentally friendly and economically viable global agriculture.
It must be noted, however, that everything begins by first promoting an environmentally healthy soil. Modern concepts of soil conservation Cited by: Soil Conservation. Soil conservation is an important part of sustainable agriculture and food production, since it entails keeping soil from becoming a pollutant in the surface waters, and its ability to sieve and filter pollutants that would otherwise end up in drinking water.
Buy Soil Erosion, Conservation, and Rehabilitation (Books in Soils, Plants, and the Environment) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersCited by: The Ideal Plant for Vegetative Soil and Moisture Conservation. Asia Technical Department, Agriculture Division, The World Bank, Washington, D.C.
Grimshaw, R.B. New approaches to soil conservation. Rainfed Agriculture in Asia and the Pacific 1(1)– Magrath, W.B. Economic analysis of off-farm soil conservation structures. If soil moisture is deficient, and mulch is not used, supply new seeding with adequate water (a minimum of 1/4 inch applied up to twice a day until vegetation is well established).
This is especially true when seedings are made in abnormally dry or hot weather or on droughty sites. TopdressingFile Size: KB. Soil conservation practices involve managing soil erosion and its counterpart process of sedimentation, reducing its negative impacts and exploiting the new opportunities it creates.
Young () defined soil conservation as a combination of controlling erosion and maintaining soil fertility. In the past the focus has often been on trying to.
density of the soil, and improve the structure of surface soils. This increase in the infiltration rate of rainfall and surface flow increases the moisture content of the soil. Plant roots also physically anchor the soil from movement induced by gravity, raindrop impact, or surface runoff.
Laterally spreading root systems, especially rhizomes,File Size: KB. Soil-Conservation Policies and Approaches 6. Changes in Approaches and Policies 7.
Soil-Conservation Research 8. Future Trends in Soil Conservation Glossary Bibliography Biographical Sketch Summary Soil conservation is about solving the problems of land degradation, particularly soil Size: KB. Soil Conservation and Water Conservation.
There are always strong links between measures for soil conservation and measures for water conservation, and this applies equally in semi-arid areas. Many measures are directed primarily to one or the other, but most contain an element of both. Methods and Materials in Soil Conservation A Manual written and illustrated by John Charman (consultant to FAO) under the supervision of Rod Gallacher, technical officer (soil conservation) AGLL, FAO.
This material is provisionally made accessible in the present form in order to make the contents widely available in advance of eventual Size: 3MB.
Soil and water conservation through vegetative measures Introduction. then a foundation of cm deep is dug. The soil is dug. The soil is piled upstream to be used later for the refill.
The largest stones should be placed at the bottom layer. while helping in soil and water conservation without impairing the environment and.Physical soil conservation measures Physical soil conservation structures are permanent features made of earth, stones or masonry, designed to protect the soil from uncontrolled runoff and erosion and retain water where needed.
• Selection and design of structures depend on: • Climate and the need to retain or discharge the runoff.In such areas maximum conservation of water in the soil and reduction of soil erosion are the two main problems.
The improved dry farming practice developed as result of researches carried out in India is an integrated rational system of cultivation of purely rained and drought enduring crops in dry areas.