2 edition of Influence of spacing on crop characteristics and yield found in the catalog.
Influence of spacing on crop characteristics and yield
G. J. Hamilton
|Statement||by G.J. Hamilton and J.M. Christie.|
|Series||Forestry Commission bulletin -- no. 52.|
|Contributions||Christie, J. M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 91 p.|
|Number of Pages||91|
The amount of crop yield reduction depends on such factors as crop growth, the salt content of the soil, climatic conditions, etc. In extreme cases where the concentration of salts in the root zone is very high, crop growth may be entirely prevented. To improve crop growth in such soils the excess salts must be removed from the root zone. The study aimed at identifying the influence of different plant population density and fertilizer rates on three different maize varieties, it was carried out in two cropping seasons (/ and /) at Ibadan and Ikenne in South-western Nigeria. The experiment was a split-split-plot design with three replications. Maize variety (Swan 1-SR an open-pollinated, Obasuper a hybrid and Cited by: 4. Four low-cost organic soil amendments (chicken manure, CM; horse manure, HM; yard water, YW; and sewage sludge, SS) that are generated daily in large amounts, and native bare soil were planted with tomato (Solanum lycopersicum var. Mountain spring) seedlings of 52 days old in raised black plastic-mulch. Each of the 5 treatments was also mixed with biochar to make a total of 10 treatments in a Cited by: 4. There is limited incentive in the private sector to create and distribute information publicly about crop management because of the necessity to control proprietary information. The generation of novel and timely crop management information therefore remains a critical outcome for publicly-funded agronomic research. Increasing yield of corn and soybeans, while sustaining the natural resource.
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London: H.M. Stationery Off., Influence of Spacing on Crop Characteristics and Yield [Hamilton, G.J.; Christie, J.M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Influence of Spacing on Crop Characteristics and Yield. A 2-year field experiment was conducted during the wet seasons (July–October) of and on a Typic Hapludoll Mollisol in Indo-Gangetic Plains Region (IGPR) to: (i) investigate the effects of field water re-ponding intervals and plant spacing on the growth, yield, and water productivity (WP) of two rice cultivars under system of rice intensification (SRI) management, and (ii) assess Cited by: A Pinus patula spacing experiment located at Rongai, northern Tanzania was assessed at the age of 19 years.
The experiment was planted at square spacings of,and m. Other than pruning to – m at the age of 3 years and routine weeding, the Cited by: The crop proportions were able to increase the yield of upland rice and soybean per crop, but the crops proportion caused the decreased of population number of each crop so that decreased yield of.
Effect of plant spacing on growth and yield of lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.) in a soilless production system Article (PDF Available) in South African Journal of Plant and Soil 23(3) characteristics and seeds yield. However, vital yield attributes of safflower crop such as number of Influence of spacing on crop characteristics and yield book and Influence of spacing on crop characteristics and yield book per plant, seeds weight depend not only on meteorological condition of growing season.
The different agronomic procedures (planting pattern, application of Influence of spacing on crop characteristics and yield book or fertilizer) also have the important influence onFile Size: KB.
Crop management practices for the safe use of salt-affected soils and saline water primarily consists of growing suitable salt-tolerant crops, managing seedbeds, and grading fields to minimize local accumulation of salts, soil management, improving irrigation efficiency and soil, water, and salinity monitoring for assessing leaching and drainage requirements.
A field experiment was conducted in Assosa District of Influence of spacing on crop characteristics and yield book Ethiopia during cropping season to determine the effect of different inter row (20, 30, 40, 50cm) and intra row spacing (5, 10, 15cm) on growth parameters, yield components and yield of Desi chickpea.
The experimental design was randomized complete block design in factorial arrangement with three by: 1. During a field experiment was conducted at experimental area of Faculty of Agriculture under Lasbela University of Agriculture, Water and Marine Science, Uthal, Lasbela to evaluate the influence of various row spacing on the yield and yield components of Raya Anmol and Faisal Canola under coastal climatic conditions of by: 1.
Crop row spacing and time of planting can greatly influence the crop's competitive ability. Especially for soybeans, reduced row spacings have increased the ability of soybeans to provide additional competition with weeds, so that (under current production practices) soybeans may be more competitive than corn.
reason for the yield advantages realized as it takes several years for these soil characteristics to develop. • It should be noted that crop yield response to tillage could be widely variable and site-specific, as impacted by environmental factors, soil type and drainage, and.
When planting vegetables, spacing can be a confusing topic. So many different kinds of vegetables need different spacing; it’s hard to remember how much space goes between each plant. In order to make this easier, we have put together this handy plant spacing chart to help you.
To obtain high chia seed yields and seed qualities, a suitable crop management system needs to be developed for the given growing conditions in southwestern Germany. Field experiments were conducted at the experimental station Ihinger Hof in two consecutive years (, ).
The study aimed to evaluate yield and Influence of spacing on crop characteristics and yield book traits of chia depending on different (i) row spacing (35, 50 and 75 cm Author: Samantha J.
Grimes, Timothy D. Phillips, Filippo Capezzone, Simone Graeff-Hönninger. Crop yield is defined by the interaction among plants, production environment and management. Sowing time, cultivar, plant spacing and density are management practices that influence production components, and thus soybean yield.
Sowing density is determinant for plant arrangement in the production environment and influences soybean growth. The aim of this work was to evaluate the effect of Cited by: 7. Table Influence of spacing and poultry manure rates on fruits quality cayenne pepper Spacing Poultry manure rate % Moisture Vitamin C Lycopene Ton/ha Content (mg/kg) 50.
practice one can look at a soil profile and relate its characteristics to yield potential, drainage problems, water holding capacity for crop growth, erodibility and many other factors. Management decisions concerning what type of crop will grow best on a particular soil, the environmental consequences of tillageFile Size: KB.
Hemp is one of the most important green (i.e., environmentally sustainable) fibers. Planting density, nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) significantly affect the yield of hemp fiber.
By optimizing the above main four cultivation factors is an important way to achieve sustainable development of high-fiber yield hemp crops. In this study, the effects of individual factors and factor Author: Gang Deng, Guanghui Du, Yang Yang, Yaning Bao, Feihu Liu.
Cultural weed control involves manipulating the crop-weed environment so that conditions are more favorable for crop plants than weeds. Crop rotation and crop competitiveness are important cultural control practices in winter wheat production. Crop Rotation. Crop rotation is an important component of integrated weed management.
Availability of water is main factor in sunflower productivity. Planting density also influence the yield of sunflower. An experiment was carried out at postgraduate research area of Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad during autumn to evaluate the effect of row spacing under reduced irrigation conditions on growth, yield and oil content of by: 4.
SPACING AND CUTTING CYCLE INFLUENCE ON SHORT ROTATION SILVER MAPLE YIELD Wayne A. Geyer, Research Forester, Kansas State University1 Field studies showed that silver maple trees grown at close spacings produced annual dry-weight-wood yields of 4 tons/acre, even after numerous coppice cuttings over an 8-year period.
characteristics influence this range slightly. If charcoal rot is evident or lodging is a potential threat, harvest without delay. Wind and storms have caused severe field losses of 22, 39 and, in a bad storm, 53 percent of the grain sorghum yield in experiments. The larger heads are most prone to lodge, should adverse weather occur before.
Significantly maximum seed cotton yield ( kg ha-1) was recorded when crop was sown at cm plant to plant spacing. However minimum yield ( kg ha-1) was obtained in case of 15 cm plant. Abstract. The effect of seed r 25, 30, 35 and 40kg/ha and row spac 45, and 60cm on agronomic characteristics of plants including plants/m 2, plant height, stem diameter, number of cobs/m 2, cob/plant, number of grains/cob, grain weight and grain yield was conducted using the cultivar “Sargodha ” for two years from to Most plant breeding is based on “defect elimination” or “selection for yield”.
A valuable additional approach is available through the breeding of crop ideotypes, plants with model characteristics known to influence photosynthesis, growth and (in cereals) grain production. Some instances of the successful use of model characters of this kind are by: Rice (Oryza species) is a unique annual cereal food crop growing under flooded condition up to m.a.s.l and pH Production of rice depends on several factors: climate and crop management.
Varieties had significant influence on grain yield, Protein content, number of spike and grain : Zewdineh Melkie Tilahun.
The two set of experiments, influence of seasons and harvest time and influence of spacing, were based on rhizome yield and yield-dependant parameters of A. calamus and performed for two consecutive years, and In the first set of experiments, the crop was planted in rainy season (crop period, July to June) and autumn season Cited by: 3.
his book describes the growth and development of the wheat plant from germination to grain filling. The environmental factors and management actions that influence each growth stage are provided as a practical reference for managing crops. The aim of. Wheat growth and development.
is to link plant physiology and crop management. Crop yields are an essential aspect of every farmer’s day, impacting how profitable their farmland can be. Learning how to improve crop yields is key to successful farming, and access to new technologies and planting methods has given farmers an opportunity increase crop production – the key to maintaining the long term sustainability of their farm.
Influence of Organic Manures on Rice Quality. Milling and Physical Characteristics of Paddy and Raw Rice Grain. The recommended NPK fertilizer recorded higher milling recovery, head rice per cent and lower broken percentage of rice and which was comparable with enriched poultry manure compost and composted poultry by: 7.
The row spacing for planting was m in each plot, the planting depth was m, and the plant spacing was m. Two rows were planted in each area, with 13 plants in each by: 1. Introduction. Improper use of waste products from animal breeding activity, mainly liquid manure, favours ecological impacts which jeopardize soil and air pollution of environments [1–3].Utilization of manure in crop growing with appropriate agronomic management practices allows the opportunity to utilize the nitrogen produced by dairy farms for forage crop production [4–7].Cited by: the factors that influence growth and development, and to identify the different growth stages of the plant.
This knowledge can then be applied to crop management to maximise yield and profit. There are four chapters in the book covering the progression of key stages in. the life cycle of the maize plant, and its growth and management. The influence of phosphorous fertilizer application on growth and elemental composition and distribution in sunflower (Helianthus annus L.) Thesis, University of Nairobi.
Mwamba, D.K. The influence of spacing and phosphorous fertilization on growth, fruiting and nutrient accumulation in sweet peppers (Capsicum annum L.).Author: Mary W.K. Mburu, Patrick K.
Njoroge, Solomon I. Shibairo, S.M. Githiri. Grape growers are concerned about the yield, to ensure that fruit composition target values are met, and to maintain the vine size for a future crop.
Early forecasts of grape yield can significantly enhance the accuracy of scheduling labor, delivery, purchases of related materials and so on. The objective of this research work was to evaluate the influence of row spacing and population density on yield components and total yield of two maize cultivars in a Typical Haplustox clayish textured soil in Jaboticabal, State of São Paulo, Brazil.
Row spacing (40, 60, and 80 cm), population density (40, 60, plants per hectare), and genotype (BRa high protein value Cited by: 2. [7.] Dehghan, A., The effect of delayed planting date on grain yield and yield components of three Sorghum in Khouzestan.
The Scientific Journal of Agriculture, 30(4): [8.] Vang, T. and I.U. Obi, Effect of planting date on some agronomic traits and grain yield of upland rice varieties at Makurdi. The combined influence of cover crops and manure on maize and soybean yield in a Kentucky silt loam soil.
Sustainability. Do conservation practices bring quick changes to key soil properties for resource-limited farmers. Practically all cultivation parameters can influence quality and composition (Table ). Season, location, fertilizer application, form and timing, irrigation, amount of precipitation, temperature, sun exposure, plant spacing and pruning, disease, insect and predator stress influence fruit quality and yield.
The chapter provides an inclusive information related to the adverse effect of climate change on sustainable crop production through understanding evaporation, transpiration as well as evapotranspiration.
It is anticipated that water availability in arid and semi-arid regions across the world will decrease, due to lack of rainfall and increase the temperature which leads to increase in the dry Cited by: 1. For example, pdf can have only one pdf yield value for multiple soil layers and thus to date crop yield has been correlated only against SQI calculated from surface layer.
Low (ranged from –) and high (ranged from –) correlation coefficients of SQI and crop yield across a number of soil/crop combinations were reported.Cited by: This simulation is based download pdf principles that are described in a companion book called.
Wastewater Reuse. The crop yield response to stress is the basis for economic calculations of the economic effect of different management strategies. Chapter 4 demonstrates the calculation procedure for plant yield reduction in response to salinity and water.
Ebook, row spacing and population density are powerful management tools whereby a ebook can strongly influence early season light interception and crop growth.
Generally, crops grown in rows have large seeds, develop in to larger and more vigorous plants, and require more space plant -1 than broadcast planted ones [ 23 ].Author: Mebrahtu Gebremariam, Walelign Worku, Woldeyesus Sinebo.