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Saline-seep diagnosis, control, and reclamation.

Saline-seep diagnosis, control, and reclamation.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soils, Salts in.,
  • Seepage.,
  • Reclamation of land.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesConservation research report -- no. 30.
    ContributionsUnited States. Agricultural Research Service.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 22 p. :
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17124799M

    This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. A multi-specied Eucalyptus tree plantation was established in on ∼ 12% of a first-order farm catchment above a saline seep. Species were ranked for water use (as assessed by leaf area and survival) to assist future reclamation of saline seeps in the region. The catchment had a permanent deep aquifer confined in its lower third and a shallow seasonal by:

    Trader’s Dispatch, June — Page A32 FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE Cattle Wanted • John Deere tractor with hours. • . Chapter 6 PROPER ACCOUNTING FOR N IN CROPPING SYSTEMS J.F. POWER and F.E. BROADBENT Agricultural Research Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Keim Hall, East Campus, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE , U.S.A., and Department of Land, Air, and Water Sciences, University of California-Davis, Davis CA, , U.S.A. Cited by:

    International Standard Book Number (Book) International Standard Book Number (Book) International Standard Book Number (PDF) International Standard Book Number (PDF) Library of Congress Control Number: Additional copies of this report are available from. EPA/// December IDENTIFICATION OF SOURCES OF GROUND-WATER SALINIZATION USING GEOCHEMICAL TECHNIQUES by Bernd C. Richter and Charles W. Kreitler Bureau of Economic Geology The University of Texas at Austin Austin, Texas Cooperative Agreement No. CR Project Officer Bert E. Bledsoe Extramural Activities .


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Get this from a library. Saline-seep diagnosis, control, and reclamation. [United States. Agricultural Research Service.;].

Reclamation of saline seep Institutional aids and constraints ¯ Summary 9 9 9 9 10 12 13 13 15 15 Literature control 16 Appendix: 18 Saline-Seep Diagnosis, Control, and Reclamation. U.S. Department of Agriculture Conservation Research Report No. 30~ 22p., illus. Changes in land use from native rangeland to dryland grain.

Brown, P.L. and Halvorson, A.D. and Siddoway, F.H. and Mayland, H.F. and Miller, M.R. () Saline seep diagnosis, control and reclamation. USDA Conservation Cited by: Saline-Seep Diagnosis, Control, and Reclamation. U.S. Department of Agriculture Conservation Research Report No.

30, 22p Dryland Saline Seeps: Types and Causes. Saline Seep Reclamation The key to saline seep reclamation is to minimize leaching (movement of water through the soil profile) below the plant rooting zone in the recharge area.

When moisture is utilized in the plant rooting zone, the water table in the recharge area is no longer recharged and it is able to return to its natural elevation. Technical Abstract: Discussed is the identification, diagnosis, control, and reclamation of dryland saline seep problems as found in the North Saline-seep diagnosis Great Plains.

Saline seeps develop because of geologic stratifications within the soil profile and insufficient use of precipitation by crops used in dryland farming systems. In: Vance, G.F. and Schuman, G.E. (eds.) Special Symposium - Selenium: Mining, Reclamation and Environmental Impacts.

National Meeting of the American Society for Surface Mining and Reclamation. USA-WY-Gillette, /06/ A saline seep is seep of saline water, with an area of alkali salt crystals that form when the salty water reaches the surface and evaporates.

Various types of water movement form saline seeps, including capillary action from a water table under the surface, and a water table being brought to the surface in a flow. This agriculture article is a stub. Extent, causes and control of dryland saline seepage in the northern Great Plains regions of North America.

In Proc. Sub Commission on Salt‐Affected Soils, 11th Int. Soil Sci. Soc. Congr., Edmonton, Canada, pp. 1‐48–1‐   This method isn't foolproof.

The farm's saline alfalfa hasn't worked so far due to just 29 inches of rain falling in August and September. But mid-October rains may have given the alfalfa the boost it needs to survive this winter. Bear in mind, the winter just sets up a salt-tolerant crop; it doesn't cure the saline : Gil Gullickson.

The technique can be used to great advantage for diagnosis and monitoring salinity changes due to season or cultural practices including cropping, etc.

The term reclamation of saline soils refers to the methods used to remove soluble salts from the root zone. Provision of adequate drainage measures is the only way to control the. Soil salinity and salinization. Saline‐seep diagnosis, control, and reclamation.

P L Brown; regulated by a number of pumping stations of the reclamation network, and in climate. Shortages of water — the most limited of all agricultural resources — are more likely to cause agricultural problems in the near future than are soil erosion Author: Raymond P.

Poincelot. In a two-season greenhouse pot experiment, aboveground dry biomass production in control treatments was 8 and 21% higher in prairie cordgrass pc and pc, respectively, than in Author: Jim Millar.

CONSERVATION PRACTICE STANDARD. SOIL SALINITY MANAGEMENT – NONIRRIGATED (Ac.) Code DEFINITION. Management of land, water and plants to control subsurface soil water movement and to minimize accumulations of salts on the soil surface and in the root zone of nonirrigated saline seep areas.

Miller, J. J., Curtis, T. W., Bremer, E., Chanasyk, D. and Willms, W. Evaluation of selected soil properties for indicating cattle activity at off-stream Cited by: 5. • To reduce and control harmful salt concentrations in the root zone.

• To reduce problems of crusting, permeability, or soil structure on sodium affected soils. • To promote desired plant growth and to utilize excess water in the root zone in non-irrigated saline seep areas and their recharge areas.

CONDITIONS WHERE PRACTICE APPLIES. 2 diagnosis of salinity problems and selection of control practices: an overview Introduction Potential Adverse Effects of Salts on Soils and Plants: Brief Summary. Full text of "Reclamation of native grasslands in Alberta: a review of the literature" See other formats.

Wastewater Irrigation January - June TITLE: Wastewater Irrigation AUTHOR: Karl Schneider Reference and User Services Branch National Agricultural Library PUBLICATION DATE: July SERIES: QB NAL Call no.: aZN3 no CONTACT: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center National Agricultural Library RoomBaltimore.

Lee Metcalf () served as U.S. Congressman from Montana from to and as U.S. Senator from until his death in The papers reflect Metcalf's wide range of interests, but especially reflect his involvement in public utilities regulation and protection of the natural environment.MATERIALS AND METHODS.

The Lower Little Bow (LLB) watershed is located approximately 40 km north of Lethbridge (° N, ° W) in the Mixedgrass Natural Subregion (Adams et al. ).The river valley is to 2 km wide, with steep slopes and incised coulees on the south side of the river valley with more gentle slopes on the north by: 5.Conclusions and Summary References I.

INTRODUCTION The diagnosis, management, and reclamation of saline' soils are evaluated from spatial information on soil salinity levels. Salinity problems are especially prevalent and serious in irrigated lands, with about one-third of the imgated land in the United States being seriously salt by: