Towards the rational use of high salinity tolerant plants: Towards the rational use of high salinity tolerant plants Agriculture and Forestry Under Marginal Soil Water Conditions Volume 2 - Tasks for Vegetation Science 28 (Paperback)Helmut Lieth (editor), Ahmed A. Al Masoom (editor)
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More than 60 million woody trees/shrubs have been planted so far and more are planned for the inland plains underlain with brackish groundwater.
These species were no solution for the widely barren shoreline of the UAE. Here mangrove species were of potential use, and one species, Avicennia Marina, occurs widely and has been successfully planted for about a decade.
Converting the tree plantations into economically useful cropping systems is still a problem requiring much research and development. The book deals in several sections with conventional irrigation systems using marginal water. The species used in these systems are mostly hybrids of conventional crops. The irrigation systems, however, have similar problems as may be expected for irrigation with seawater. Papers show the participants' experiments in this area. The volume serves as a link between scientists working for the improvement of classical irrigation systems and those interested in the application of a new dimension of salinity levels for irrigation water.
Number of pages: 447
Weight: 988 g
Dimensions: 260 x 195 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 199
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