Crop Cultivation Books

  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from livestock production

    Cattle are a major source of non-CO2 greenhouse gas emissions: methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O) and ammonia (NH3). This collection reviews the range of research on ways of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from livestock production. Part 1 reviews the genetics, measurement and modelling of methane emissions from cattle. Chapters cover what ...

  • Fertilization and Irrigation - Theory and Best Practices

    The book covers the essentials of plant nutrition and irrigation management. Throughout the 232 pages of the book, the author, Guy Sela, shares his knowledge on the most important aspects of crop nutrition and irrigation, including:Plant nutrients, fertilizer management practices, interpretation of soil analysis, irrigation water quality, ...

    By Cropaia

  • Hydroponic Tomato Production Schedule

    Sticking to this feeding schedule will ensure your hydroponic tomatoes grow optimally and to their full genetic ...

  • Microirrigation Management and Maintenance 2nd Edition

    This book is meant to serve as a user-friendly manual for drip/microirrigation management and maintenance. It will walk you step-by-step through the proper management and proactive maintenance procedures necessary for successful drip/ microirrigation practice. Negligence of system maintenance compromises the advantages of ...

  • The Last Days of the Rainbelt

    Out on the Colorado plains, you can still take old U.S. Highway 40 east of Denver. The lonely two-lane road leaves the Front Range and the famous Colorado high country far behind. Before you hit the Kansas line, you'll encounter vast grass-covered prairies, occasional cattle, patches of irrigated land, and a procession of little wind-blown towns ...

  • Sustainable Micro Irrigation Management for Trees and Vines

    This valuable book, the third volume in the Research Advances in Sustainable Micro Irrigation series, focuses on sustainable micro irrigation management for trees and vines. It covers the principles as well as recent advances and applications of micro irrigation ...

  • Management, Performance, and Applications of Micro Irrigation Systems

    Management, Performance, and Applications of Micro Irrigation Systems, the fourth volume in the Research Advances in Sustainable Micro Irrigation series, emphasizes sustainable and meaningful methods of irrigation to counter rampant water scarcity. In many parts of the world, this scarcity significantly affects crop yield, crop quality, and, ...

  • Sustainable Practices in Surface and Subsurface Micro Irrigation

    This new book,Sustainable Practices in Surface and Subsurface Micro Irrigation, offers a vast amount of knowledge and techniques necessary to develop and manage a drip/trickle or micro irrigation system. The information covered has worldwide applicability to irrigation management in ...

  • Pongamia Growing and Care Instruction Manual

    keeping in view various concerns and problems of a new Grower; CJP being “The Centre of Excellence” has designed Pongamia Growing & Care Instructions Manual - An Easy- To- Follow Guide For New Growers on the basis of our own tried, tested, and developed and experienced Plant Propagation and Cultivation Technologies and Practices to help you grow a ...

  • Evapotranspiration: Principles and Applications for Water Management

    This book covers topics on the basic models, assessments, and techniques to calculate evapotranspiration (ET) for practical applications in agriculture, forestry, and urban science. This simple and thorough guide provides the information and techniques necessary to develop, manage, interpret, and apply evapotranspiration ET data to practical ...

  • Eddy Covariance Method for Scientific, Industrial, Agricultural and Regulatory Applications

    “Eddy Covariance Method for Scientific, Industrial, Agricultural and Regulatory Applications: A Field Book on Measuring Ecosystem Gas Exchange and Areal Emission Rates”, authored by LI-COR Principal Scientist George Burba, was created to familiarize readers with the general theoretical principles, requirements, applications, and planning and ...

    By LI-COR

  • Advanced Oil Crop Biorefineries

    In Europe, the main oil-rich crops are sunflower, rapeseed and olive which are grown primarily for food. This book discusses how to convert this whole crop into energy (fuels, power and heat), food and bioproducts (chemicals and/or materials), whilst making optimal use of the by-products generated during farming/harvesting, primary processing (oil ...

  • Jatropha Distance learning Package

    We have just concluded our 5-day Global Jatropha Hi-tech Integrated Nonfood Biodiesel Farming & Technology Training Programme from December 13-17, 2010 successfully.The JDLP shall include1. The virtual Class Room: Interactive DVD's providing technical and practical sessions of various jatropha segments i.e. the complete a b c... of the jatropha ...

  • Vital Signs 2010

    From rising meat and seafood production to changes in the climate, Vital Signs 2010 documents 24 trends that are shaping our future and includes concise analyses and clear ...

  • Promising African plants

    This full-colour publication highlights 25 promising African plants, a selection from 10 years PROTA programme.    They include vegetables (e.g. spider plant, roselle, African eggplant), cereals and pulses (e.g. African rice, tef, bambara groundnut), dyes and tannins (e.g. dye-sorghum, n’galama, turmeric), vegetable oils (e.g. Allanblackia, shea ...

  • Derivation and Use of Environmental Quality and Human Health Standards for Chemical Substances in Water and Soil

    This book summarizes current knowledge on aquatic and terrestrial environmental quality standards and places it in a wider socioeconomic and regulatory context. It explains how to derive environmental standards that are defensible from a scientific and socioeconomic perspective. Using multidisciplinary techniques that can be applied to water, ...

  • Plan B 4.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization

    Food, the weak link that brought down earlier civilizations, is the sector most affected by climate change. And it could bring our own civilization down if we stay with business as usual.We are entering a new food era, one marked by higher food prices, growing numbers of hungry people, and an intensifying competition for land and water that has ...

  • Litterbugs: How To Deal With The Problem Of Littering

    Litterbugs highlights the blight of littering in the UK, identifies a lack of systematic logic in enforcement policy and proposes new means on cracking down of those ...

  • Corporate Guide to Voluntary Sector Initiatatives in CSR

    Get the inside track from some of the world's key sector initiatives.This report examines leading global initiatives across a range of industries and tells you what works (and pays!), why some initiatives are doomed to fail and why and how you should get involved.This report will: Update you on the progress of the various sector initiatives, ...

  • Standard bearers: Horticultural exports and private standards in Africa

    Private standards are set by the food producing industry and retailers, mainly to assure food safety and good agricultural practice. However their proliferation is a major concern in developing countries where these standards are regarded as too expensive for smallholders to comply with. So what really are the benefits and costs of private ...

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