Crop Yield Response to Deficit Irrigation: Report of an Fao/IAEA Co-Ordinated Research Program by Using Nuclear Techniques

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The increasing global demand for food and other agricultural products calls for urgent measures to increase water use efficiency which is, with plant nutrient availability, one of the two main limiting factors in crop production. Although only 20% of all cultivated land in the world is under irrigation, it provides 35-40% of all crop production. Because of higher yields under irrigated agriculture, investments for irrigation are usually a top priority. However, it has become a matter of serious concern in recent years that, ...

Crop Yield Response to Deficit Irrigation: Report of an Fao/IAEA Co-Ordinated Research Program by Using Nuclear Techniques 2012, Springer

ISBN-13: 9789401059961

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Crop Yield Response to Deficit Irrigation: Report of an Fao/IAEA Co-Ordinated Research Program by Using Nuclear Techniques 1998, Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

ISBN-13: 9780792352990

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