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Effect Of Bioslurry, Oilcake and Vermicompost in Saline Soil effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
In Bangladesh (147, 570 km2) coastal region covers almost 20% (29,000 km2) of the country and also it covers more than 30% of the cultivable lands of the country where 53% of the coastal areas are affected by salinity. The success of sustainable agriculture in coastal region is very much dependent upon the availability of cheap and good quality organic amendments. Among the sources of available organic amendments vermicompost, oilcake and bioslurry may beneficial due to having potential source of readily available plant nutrients, growth enhancing substances, and a number of beneficial microorganisms like nitrogen fixing, P solubilizing, reducing salinity and cellulose decomposing organisms. In Bangladesh, application of low cost and available organic amendments may be a good strategy for the management of high saline soil and also for the availability of nutrients for soil and plants. The present investigation deals with the amelioration of salinity and nutrient availability of saline soils (collected from Batiaghata Upazilla under Khulna District in Bangladesh) through the use of organic amendments such as vermicompost, oilcake and bioslurry.
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Effect of Vermicompost on Spinacia oleracea L. in Bundelkhand, India effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
“Vermicompost Movement” is going with multiple objectives of community waste management highly economical way of crop production, which replaces the costly chemical fertilizers, and poverty eradication programs in villages. It also concluded that vermicompost is particularly good for farmers, consumers and ultimately for soil as it can be used as a resource for maximum crop productivity with more financial output in comparison to those chemical fertilizers. The highest productivity by vermicompost treatment may be due to the improvement of physico-chemical properties of the soil. Soil quality has been significantly improved with vermicompost amended pots. Number of leaf, leaf length and plant height at 45 DAS was significantly increased due to application of vermicompost in soil over to control.Application of vermicompost had increased plant fresh and dry weight at 45 DAS significantly in soil All the combinations of vermicompost gave the better results in comparison to no vermicompost in regard to growth and yield of spinach.
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Study on types of salinity and nitrogen fertilizer in soil & barley effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
Logical usage of saline water as an irrigation resource, addition to agricultural production rising can decrease for competing of none saline water. Numerous salinity-nutrient interactions are occurring at the same time but whether they ultimately affect crop yield or quality depends upon the salinity level and composition of salts, the crop species, the nutrient in question and a number of environmental factors. In saline soil as existence of more than one or several nutrients threshold in soil solution, plant nutrition imbalanced and this matter complicate study of plant response to fertilizers. Whenever plant affect by salinity stress, nitrogen uptake decrease more than another nutrients.This study evaluates the effect of Cl-/SO4= ratios in irrigation water and nitrogen fertilizer on soil properties, yield and yield parameters of barley.
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Nutrient Management in Mungbean effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
To Study The Effect Of Different Nutrient Combination And Sources On Mungbean (Vigna Radiata L. Wilczek) In Sandy Loam Soil At Crop Research Centre Of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel University Of Agriculture And Technology, Meerut (U.P.), During Kharif Season Of 2012. To Study The Effect Of Nutrient Management Practices And Their Sources On Growth, Yield Attributes And Yield Of Mungbean .To Investigate The Effect Of Vermicompost In Association With Chemical Fertilizer On Mungbean. To Study The Economic Gain And Nutrient Uptake By Different Combinations Of Nutrients Sources.
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Simulation of the Effect of Water Conservation on Crops in Egypt effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
Yield-Stress model employed soil water depletion equations to instantly predict potential yield of 10 summer and winter crops under varying degree of water and salinity stresses in Egypt. Studying the depletion of soil water from the root zone was used in irrigation scheduling to save on the applied irrigation water to these crops. The model prediction showed good agreement between measured and predicted yield and water consumptive use values, which implied that the model is capable of investigating alternatives deficit water irrigation, saline water irrigation and/or deficit saline water irrigation.The use of the model could partially replacing expensive field experiments. The ability of Yield-Stress model to simulate the effect of water and salinity stresses provide an appropriate irrigation management tool to maximize yield and to save irrigation water.
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Application of Vermicompost for crop cultivation in semi arid soil effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
Sustainable agriculture is one in which the goal is permanence, achieved through the utilization of renewable resources. This leads to development of concept of eco-friendly farming systems. Vermicomposts is one of the important aspects of organic farming which plays a major role in improving, growth and yield of different field crops, vegetables, flowers and fruits as well as improving the soil quality. Present study has been carried out in major soil group of Bundelkhand region of India belongs to semi arid condition with addition of different vermicompost and their impacts on performances of Vigna radiata L. Significant performances were found in cowdung based vermicompost in black soil as compare to red soil. The result of our experiment showed the application of vermicompost had positive effects on growth performances and yield as well as increase in nutrients uptake of experimental plant species. Study also sshowed that the application of vermicomposts gave significant higher gross income and net profit with more financial output in comparison to chemical fertilizers.
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Simulation Modeling for Saline Water Use in Agriculture effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
Saline water adversely affects crop production due to mismanagement of its use for irrigation. The yield of crops irrigated with saline water can be enhanced substantially, if an additional source of good quality water is available for use at critical times during the season. An alternative approach is to use the good quality water in blending mode. In the present book, Salt-Water-Atmosphere-Plant (SWAP) model used for its evaluation and scenario building capability in monsoon climatic conditions having the problems of saline groundwater. The contents of this book include: introduction that highlight use of saline water with different modes of irrigation, review of global and Indian use of saline water under the heads: Direct or blended use of saline water and its effects on soil salinity and crop yield, cyclic mode use of fresh and saline water, use of saline water in aquaculture, use of models for water management, and use of SWAP model for water management. Authors believe that the information contained in this book would facilitate the readers to have a fair view of proper use of saline water and add to the knowledge of conjunctive use of water with the help of SWAP model.
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Initial Performance of Dry Land Fruit Species in Salt Affected Soil effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
Saline and sodic soils are widespread problem in different parts of the India. The nature and intensity of the problem vary greatly with the causes. The reclamation of such soils is a long term process and expensive too. Covering these problematic soils by vegetation especially with hardy fruit species coupled with scientific salt management practices is the best alternative for utilization of this land and check the expansion of saline tract. This book “Initial Performance of dryland fruit species in salt affected soil” presents the useful information on comparative performance of prominent dryland fruit spices and their tolerance to salt stress. This book would be very useful to researcher, students and all those interested in reclamation of saline soils by utilizing dryland fruit species
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Reclamation of Saline-Sodic Soils effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
Soil salinization and sodification are the major factors that contribute to land degradation and decrease in crop yield. The total global area of salt-affected soils including saline and sodic soils was 831 million hectares extending over all the continents. These soils can be made to yield a good crop through proper management practices. There are different approaches for reclamation of salt affected soils. The Prominent ones are physical, chemical, biological and agronomic. Integration of chemical and organic amendments have been tested and proved better in sodic/saline-sodic soil reclamation and soil physical property improvement. Results from this study it can be concluded that the application of organic and inorganic amendments decreased sodicity to a significant level and improved the physical and chemical properties of the soil, especially when used in combination compared to the control. Based on these results, partially burnt paddy husk and gypsum combination at the rate of 1% by the weight of soil and 100% gypsum requirement could be recommended respectively as appropriate amendment to mitigate salinity/sodicity in soil
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Effect of organic manures on the growth of Screw Vallisneria effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
The aim of this study is to determine the role of different organic manures viz. raw cattle dung, poultry waste and vermicompost on the growth of Vallisneria spiralis in the container. Soil and water nutrients were highest in the poultry manured treatment. It was concluded that the application of cattle manure at the rate of 2 g per 100 g capacity pot in 50% shadow conditions increases biomass, total length, number of leaf and runners of V. spiralis.
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Genetic studies of Salt Tolerance in Camel Thorn (Alhagi maurorum) effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
The genetic behavior of salt tolerance of Alhagi maurorum "Camel thorn" grown in three different zones in Siwa Oasis has been studied using ecological parameters and morphological, molecular and biochemical markers. The study concluded that camel thorn represents the most homeostatic and tolerant plant under different environmental conditions varying from sand sheets to wet sabkha (Saline soil) and for this it has some morphological strategies to reduce the surface area and water loss. By finding such specific gene (P5CS), Camel thorn can be used as a donor of this gene for transferring it to any other salinity sensitive plants. At the biochemical levels plants grown in saline soil showed increase in all biochemical markers. This may be due to the rise in gene expression under saline conditions.
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Fundamentals of Soil Science and Geology effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
This book is designed to provide a complete package on different physical and chemical properties of soil along with the geological processes occurring on Earth. Both physical and chemical properties of soils are of paramount importance in affecting the crop growth. Soil texture, structure, bulk density, particle density, plasticity, consistency, adhesion and cohesion are important physical properties that play important role in affecting plant growth. Different types of acidic, saline and sodic soil, cation and anion exchange phenomena and types of soil colloids are also included in brief. Evolution and composition of earth, rocks and mineral composition of earth,geological behavior of elements,different land forms,geological formation of Nepalese soils and physiographic units of mountain and terai soils are dealt in advance.
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Nature and Properties of Soil effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
In order to know the perceptions on the nature and properties of soil and its management. Soil is a naturally occurring, unconsolidated or loose material on the surface of the earth, capable of supporting life. In simple terms, soil has three components: solid, liquid, and gas. The solid phase is a mixture of mineral and organic matter. Soil formation, or pedogenesis, is the combined effect of physical, chemical, biological and anthropogenic processes on soil parent material resulting in the formation of soil horizons. Soil is always changing. The long periods over which change occurs and the multiple influences of change mean that simple soils are rare. Approximately 13 billion hectares total land on earth, about 1 billion are affected by salinity/ sodicity. According to a report, saline/sodic soils cover about 26 per cent of the world's cultivated land. Incidentally, most of the developing and under-developed countries of south and southeast Asia. The Pakistan has more than 5.727 mh of salt-affected land, which is mainly situated in Indus plain, where about 4.2 mh of land are affected by salinity and water logging.
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Natural Convection in Porous Media: CO2 Sequestration and CO2-Vapex effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
Natural convection in porous media has been researched for a long time. In this study, the focus is on natural convection in two processes in porous media: CO2-sequestration in deep saline aquifers and CO2-Vapex processes. For the natural convection in saline aquifers, the onset of convection and pattern of instabilities are analyzed for an inclined layer and are compared with a horizontal layer. Then, the effect of thermal instability is added to the problem and a double-diffusion (thermohaline) convection is studied. In the second part the effect of instabilities, if present, is studied in the CO2-Vapex process. The analysis is based on a model for the boundary layer in the interface of CO2 chamber/heavy oil. The effect of dispersion and variation of viscosity in the boundary layer are considered in the analysis.
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Enhancing Wheat Yield and Phosphorus Use Efficiency in Calcareous Soil effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
One pot and one field were conducted during 2011-12 to evaluate the effect of foliar P on maize seedlings growth response and growth, yield and P uptake by wheat crop, respectively. Both the treatments were conducted on the same soil Peshawar series which was non-saline but strongly calcareous and alkaline in reaction. The data on maize shoot height showed increasing trend over control with P application either through soil or as foliar spray but the effect was statistically not significant that might be due to less time as the plant was harvested just 35 d after germination. The maize shoot weight showed a significant response to treatments whereby the application of applied P either as soil or foliar spray alone or in combination significantly enhanced the maize shoot weight over control. Results obtained on maize study in pot and field trial on wheat indicated that foliar application of P has potential supplementing role in increasing the growth, yield and P use efficiency. The shoot weight of 35 d old maize and yield and yielding components of wheat as well as concentrations of P and K in plant leaves and post harvest soil P were significantly improved with foliar applied P.
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Effect of manures, fertilizers and micronutrients on soybean effect of bioslurry oilcake and vermicompost in saline soil
In this book, an attempt has been made to study the response of manures, inorganic fertilizers and micronutrients on nodulation, growth and yield of Soybean (Glycine max. L. Merrill) as well as to examine the influence of FYM, vermicompost, vermiwash and inorganic inputs (NPK) on soil properties. The results from two field experiments conducted at the Crop Research Centre of GBPUA&T, Pantnagar (India) during kharif 2006 and kharif 2007 has been presented and discussed here.
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