Developmental tendency of dry land farming technologies.

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Year Published: 2002
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Author: Shan, Lun
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The development of dry land farming technologies in the semiarid area of China were reviewed based on the overview of recent progress in dry land farming research from China and other areas. It was emphasized that conservation tillage, limited irrigation, genetic modification and chemical control are the important aspects for the dry land farming research and development of the future. In addition, some considerations and suggestions on above-mentioned aspects were proposed in this paper.

Pages: 934 - 944
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Volume: 1
Number: 8
Journal: Agricultural Sciences in China
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ISSN: 1671-2927
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arid lands, chemical control, conservation tillage, croppingsystems, farming, genetic engineering, genetic transformation,irrigation, pest control, semiarid zones, China, East Asia, Asia,Developing Countries, genetic manipulation, watering, Plant Breeding andGenetics (FF020), Plant Production (FF100), Plant Cropping Systems(FF150), Soil Water Management (Irrigation and Drainage) (JJ800)(Revised June 2002) [formerly Soil Water Management], Soil Management(JJ900), Genetic Engineering, Gene Transfer and Transgenics (WW100) (NewJune 2002)

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