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Annotated bibliography on reclamation and improvement of saline and sodic soils (1966-1960)

J. G. van Alphen

Annotated bibliography on reclamation and improvement of saline and sodic soils (1966-1960)

by J. G. van Alphen

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Published by International Institute for Land Reclamation and Improvement in Wageningen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reclamation of land -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCompiled by J. G. van Alphen and L. F. Abell.
    SeriesInternational Institute for Land Reclamation and Improvement. Bibliography, 6, Bibliography (International Institute for Land Reclamation and Improvement ;, 6.
    ContributionsAbell, L. F., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ5074.R4 A5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 p.
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5666987M
    LC Control Number68119587

    Saline-sodic soils are charaterized by all but which one of the following? CaCO3 layer near the surface Soil physical conditions began to deteriorate and crop yields began to decline several years after a farmer started irrigating a field. or greater, the soil is saline. The pH of these soils is generally less than , and sodium makes up less than 15 percent of the exchangeable cations. Sodic soils Sodic soils are low in total salts but high in exchangeable sodium. The combination of high levels of sodium and low total salts tends to disperse soil particles, Table Size: KB.

    Saline-sodic soils are characterized by all but which one of the following? CaCO3 layer near the soil surface. A farmer started irrigating a soil some 10 years ago but in recent years yields have declined and the soil physical condition has deteriorated. Saline and Sodic Soils by E. Bresler, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

    Best Management Practices for Saline and Sodic Turfgrass Soils: Assessment and Reclamation - CRC Press Book The complex issues involved in the management of saline and sodic turfgrass soils are enough to perplex even the most experienced site manager — there is no. saline soils. However, benefits of structure improvement are likely to come at the cost of reduced plant health. Sodic Soils In contrast to saline soils, sodic soils have a relatively low EC, but a high amount of Na+ occupying exchange sites, often resulting in the soil having a pH at or above (Q & A #1).File Size: KB.


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[J G van Alphen; L F Abell]. annotated bibliography on reclamation and improvement of saline and sodic soils (i - i ) compiled by j.g. van alphen and l.f. abell international institute for land reclamation and improvement wageningen / the netherlands / Annotated bibliography on reclamation and improvement of saline and sodic soils ( Author(s): Van Alphen, J.

G.; Abell, L. Author Affiliation: Wageningen, Netherlands sodic soils sodic soils Subject Category: Soil Types see more details, Author: J. Van Alphen, L. Abell. Annotated bibliography on reclamation and improvement of saline and sodic soils - Author(s) Alphen, J.G.

van; Abell, L.F. Source: Wageningen: I.L.R.I. (Bibliography / International Institute for Land Reclamation and Improvement no. 6) Department(s) International Institute for Land Reclamation and Improvement: Publication typeAuthor: J.

Van Alphen, L. Abell. Best Management Practices for Saline and Sodic Turfgrass Soils: Assessment and Reclamation [Carrow, Robert N., Duncan, Ronny R.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Best Management Practices for Saline and Sodic Turfgrass Soils: Assessment and ReclamationBrand: CRC Press.

Saline - Sodic Soils Chapter 10 Concepts to Master • Sources of alkalinity • Carbonate equilibria • Classes of salt-affected soils –Saline, Saline-sodic, Sodic • Plant tolerance • Reclamation of salt-affected soils Introduction • Found on more than 1/2 the Earth’s arable land •.

Sodic soils are treated by the replacement of sodium with calcium from a soluble source. Gypsum is considered the cheapest soluble calcium source for the reclamation of sodic soils. Reclamation of a foot depth of sodic soil on one acre requires ton of pure gypsum for each milliequvalent of exchangeable sodium present per grams of Size: 42KB.

DROUGHT TIP Reclaiming Saline, Sodic, and Saline-Sodic Soils Salt-affected soils cause poor plant growth, affect crop production, and reduce water use efficiency. Some salt-affected soils have physical problems that slow water infiltration and increase surface runoff.

The reclamation of salt-affected soils can lead to better waterFile Size: KB. Management practices for saline and sodic soils Management practices for saline soils Management practices for sodic soils 6. Reclamation of salt-affected soils Reclamation of saline soils Reclamation of sodic soils Reclamation of saline-sodic soils Reclamation of boron affected soils 1 1 5 8 10 10 18 21 21 23 24 Annotated Bibliography on Reclamation and Improvement of Saline and Alkali Soils () Abell, L F & Gelderman,W J Published by International Institute for Land Reclamation and Improvement, Wageningen ().

for soils to react and rebuild soil structure. The amount of time is dependent upon the site. CONCLUSION Correcting saline and sodic soils requires salt to be leached out of the soil profile. This requires good quality water, good soil permeability and good internal drainage.

Amendments that supply soluble calcium are needed to correct sodic Size: KB. The water requirement for reclamation of gypsiferous sodic soils is about the same as that to reclaim saline, clay loam soils using continuous ponding, or about cm of water per cm of soil.

This suggests that rapid reclamation of sodic soils that do not contain gypsum may be possible if adequate gypsum incorporation and mixing is possible Cited by:   Reclamation of salt affected soils 1. Types of salt affected soils Sodic soils Saline sodic Saline soils 2.

contain large amounts of water-soluble salts The salts are white, chemically neutral and include the chlorides, sulfates and sometimes nitrates of. The reclamation and amelioration of saline-sodic soils as well as production of good crop is possible in the 1st year using EM Technology, whereas in the conventional method of reclamation not only leaching of soluble salts as in case of saline soils with excessive irrigations is required but also the removal of exchangeable Na + from the clay.

The compost can be a very good organic amendment in saline agriculture as well as for reclamation of salt-affected soils (Zaka et al., and Sarwar et al., ). Physical and chemical. Amelioration of sodic and saline-sodic soils by chemical amendments requires high capital input.

Cultivation of salt tolerant grasses may mobilize the native lime (CaCO 3) in these soils through root action to substitute the chemical approach.A saline-sodic soil (pH s =EC e = dS m −1, SAR =CaCO 3 = %, CEC = mmol c L −1, texture = sandy clay loam) was experimented for Cited by:   The management of saline and sodic soils remains largely an empirical semi-science or even art, whereas transport phenomena are normally dealt with in a much more theoretical (and also a much more highly mathematical) : $ A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

Doering EJ, Reeve RC () Enginering aspects of the reclamation of sodic soils with high-salt waters. J Irrig Drain Div ASCE 57–72 Google Scholar Doyle AD, Tayler DW, Yates WJ, So HB, McGarity J () Amelioration of structurally unstable grey soils in the north-western wheat belt of Cited by: 6.

Sodic and saline-sodic soils possess poor physical properties and fertility problems that adversely affect the growth and yield of most crops.

The negative water balance in soil leading to salinization and sodification is caused by less precipitation, unmanaged use of.

Managing Saline, Sodic or Saline-Sodic Soils for Turfgrasses’ M. Ali HariuandP The quality of a turfgrass stand is the net result of the interactions of climatic conditions, ravages of pests, and the existing status of the soil, given the inherent genetic characteristics of the turfgrass species being grown.Reclaiming Sodic and Saline/Sodic Soils Number drought tips Excessive exchangeable sodium in the soil can severely degrade the soil struc-ture, which severely reduces the soil infiltration rate.

This reduction is caused by surface crusting and the swelling and dispersion of clays. The reduction in infiltration rate, in turn, may limit the.Reclamation of sodic soils has traditionally been undertaken using calculation of gypsum or Ca requirement assuming % exchange efficiency and neglect of the contribution of calcium carbonate in the profile.

The UNSATCHEM model is reviewed and then evaluated for its ability to predict field reclamation of a sodic saline soil.