Sustainable fodder production under irrigation by saline waters in South Russian arid regions.

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Year Published: 2004
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Author: Buravtsev, V. N. ; Shamsutdinov, N. Z.
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This study identifies that there are more than 50 species of halophytes that have potential to be introduced into cultivation in arid areas of Russia. It concludes that halophyte agriculture, using saline waters for irrigation could become a large source of medicinal and oil-yielding forage crops, as well as an effective means of biotic melioration for degraded agricultural areas.

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agricultural soils, arid zones, fodder crops, forage,halophytes, irrigation water, medicinal plants, oil plants, salinewater, sustainability, Russia, Asia, Central Europe, Europe, DevelopedCountries, phytoremediation, Forage and Fodder Crops (FF007) (New March2000), Soil Water Management (Irrigation and Drainage) (JJ800) (RevisedJune 2002) [formerly Soil Water Management], Water Resources (PP200),Pollution and Degradation (PP600)

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