Dryland agriculture research issues.

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Year Published: 2006
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Author: Peterson, G. A. ; Unger, P. W. ; Payne, W. A. ; Anderson, R. L. ; Baumhardt, R. L.
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This chapter describes the diversity of dryland cropping systems of the world in terms of their environments and constraints. It also discusses weather variability, crop diversity, tillage, erosion, and preservation of soil organic matter and nutrients in relation to dryland agriculture and long-term sustainability.

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Number: Ed.2
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ISSN: 0891181601
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arid lands, biodiversity, cropping systems, dry conditions,dry farming, erosion, soil fertility, soil organic matter,sustainability, tillage, weather, dryland farming, organic matter insoil, soil cultivation, Plant Production (FF100), Plant Cropping Systems(FF150), Environmental Tolerance of Plants (FF900), Soil Chemistry andMineralogy (JJ200), Soil Fertility (JJ600), Soil Management (JJ900),Erosion; Soil and Water Conservation (PP400), Meteorology and Climate(PP500)

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