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Irrigation of crops in the southeastern United States
by Agricultural Research, Southern Region, Science and Education Administration, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Available from the Southern Piedmont Conservation Research Center in New Orleans, La. (P.O. Box 53326, New Orleans, La., 70153), Watkinsville, Ga. (P.O. Box 555, Watkinsville, Ga., 30677)
Written in English
|Statement||by R.R. Bruce ... [et al.].|
|Series||Agricultural reviews and manuals., 9|
|Contributions||Bruce, R. R., United States. Science and Education Administration.|
|LC Classifications||S21.R44 A2 no. 9, S616.U6 A2 no. 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||81600508|
Native Americans have been in the Southwest United States for at le years. Although the agricultural practices of ancient Native Americans is largely unknown in the area, it is known that agriculture was widespread by the arrival of the Pueblos by BC at the latest. The Pueblos relied heavily on hunting and fishing for sustenance at first, only growing pumpkins and corn. SE US agriculture and crops. North Carolina and Kentucky are the top two U.S. states for growing_____/5.
Consumptive water use and crop coefficients for warm-season turfgrass species in the Southeastern United States Article in Agricultural Water Management . This region, anchored by North America’s largest metropolis, New York, is the economic heart of the United States and Canada and home to more than a third of each country’s population. The megalopolis The continually built-up area from Washington, DC, to Boston. —the built-up area from Washington, DC, to Boston—is part of this region.
Abstract Four regional climate model runs centered on the Southeast United States (SEUS) assuming a crop growing season of May through October are irrigated at 25% (IRR25), 50% (IRR50), 75% (IRR75) Cited by: 3. For instance, in the Southeastern United States, where average annual precipitation is over cm (Nuti and Lamb, ), irrigation of crops has increased considerably over .
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bruce, Robert Russell, Irrigation of crops in the southeastern United States. New Orleans, La.
(P.O. BoxNew. Irrigation system efficiency and water conservation characteristics were investigated for the primary irrigation systems present in the southeastern United States and, in particular, Georgia.
These recommendations take into account the humid region and the differences between this area and water conservation potential in arid Size: 1MB. Peanuts, a major crop in the southeastern United States, suffered reduced yields of about 11 percent during a drought in the s.
Proper management of irrigation resources could increase yields even in years of adverse weather conditions, according to Lamb. Plant- and soil-water principles applicable to irrigation of crops in the Southeastern United States are reviewed.
The region has soils classified as Udalfs and Udults existing in the udic water regime and thermic temperature regime. The region has more than cm of mean annual precipitation, with less than cm of absolute water deficit, and a mean annual soil Cited by: Rather, irrigation of crops, in this humid climate and on these soils, requires appropriately tailored working principles for the effective use of all resources.
The rapid increase in irrigated area in the southeastern United States reflects a change in attitude Cited by: 5. The long growing season of the southeastern Coastal Plains allows planting of a second crop after spring-planted maize (Zea mays L.). Second crops have been shown to reduce erosion and prevent leaching of nutrients and pesticides.
Maize grown with a second annual crop might also have a yield advantage over mono-cultured maize. Seven tillage/cropping systems were Cited by: 1. Agronomic crops can be effectively and efficiently irrigated in the southeastern Coastal Plain with microirrigation systems.
In three experiments involving nine site-years of data, both normal ( - m) and wide ( - m) lateral spacings were used to irrigate corn and cotton; yields were equal except in one year when corn yield was Cited by: 2. Irrigation in Early States: New Directions.
Marchand complex societies in the Middle East and South Caucasia. Through field research in southeastern Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, and Azerbaijan, she has studied the relationship between mobile pastoral and sedentary communities of the Bronze Age, Iron Age, and medieval/Ottoman.
Irrigation is used in Kentucky for both specialty and row crops. Irrigation systems reduce risks of low profitability from low yields and crop stress. Drip irrigation, essential for producing many specialty crops, is used throughout the state on farms File Size: 2MB. The book presents articles on the design development and evaluation of the first- and second-generation traveling trickle irrigation system and the management and control options for efficient irrigation and various cultivation practices; as well as the irrigation practice for crop culture in the Southeastern United : Jennifer Laffan.
Crops Produced With Irrigation. Irrigated agriculture accounts for a share of harvested acreage for most crops produced in the United States. Corn production accounted for roughly 25 percent of total U.S.
irrigated acreage harvested inwith much of that concentrated in the Northern and Southern Plains regions. Irrigated Agriculture in the United States Note: Updates to this data product are discontinued. This data product summarizes the farm-structural characteristics for irrigated farms in each of the 50 States, the 17 Western States (aggregated) and the Nation as a whole, based on USDA's Farm and Ranch Irrigation Survey (FRIS).
The objective of preparing ‘Cover Crops for the Southeast’ is to provide information fertility in the southeastern United States. Availability of relatively inexpensive irrigation.
TheCenter was operated on contract by the University of Georgia. This handbook is comprised of up-to-the-minute, research-based information developed from research and Extension projects conducted throughout the Southeastern United States.
The key idea behind this handbook is to provide you with a practical, single source resource that conveniently fits on your dashboard. The book presents articles on the design development and evaluation of the first- and second-generation traveling trickle irrigation system and the management and control options for efficient irrigation and various cultivation practices; as well as the irrigation practice for crop culture in the Southeastern United States.
Toggle navigation OpenAgricola United States Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Library. Open AGRICOLA; Contact Us; Format Book OR Microfilm OR Map Remove constraint Format: Effects of increased CO₂ and climate change on irrigation needs in the Southeastern United States / Published: Author: Youngblood, Mary Alice.
The Southeastern Vegetable Extension Workers Group offers this handbook, a joint effort among Extension Specialists and Researchers from 12 land-grant universities in the U.S.
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The purpose of this book is to provide the best and most up-to-date information available for commercial vegetable growers in the southeastern US: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas.
Irrigation [water management] is the "process of determining and controlling the volume, frequency and application rate of irrigation water in a planned, efficient manner." From: Irrigation Water Management (NRCS Conservation Practice Standard No. Review the benefits and limitations of getting information this way.
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According to the Los Angeles Times, "Salt Lake City is America's Jell-O-eating man, woman and child in Salt Lake City buys two boxes of the stuff Country: United States. Soil and Water Conservation Advances in the United States. Madison, WI:Soil Science Society of America Special Publication p.
Interpretive Summary: Soil and water conservation in the southeastern US has changed over the years and .This unit is designed to allow students to quantitatively assess how much water is used for irrigating crops and how this varies across the United States.
This unit also has students link water use to the economic value of the crops that are produced--spanning the scientific and economic disciplines.Irrigation enterprises, areas, irrigation works, investment, indebtedness, maintenance and operation, water used, pay roll and employees, and irrigated crops, with detailed statistics for drainage basins and counties, and summaries for states and the United States / (Washington: U.S.
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