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Dryland cropping practices in the southern Great Plains.

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Published by Agricultural Research Service (Southern Region), U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Available from the Conservation and Production Research Laboratory in New Orleans, La, Bushland, Tex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dry farming -- Great Plains.

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    SeriesAgricultural reviews and manuals -- 24.
    ContributionsUnited States. Agricultural Research Service. Southern Region.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 16 p. :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17827978M

    Previously published research reported a “synergistic effect” of corn (Zea mays L.) on winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and proso millet (Panicum miliaceum L.) water use efficiency (WUE) when corn (C) was the preceding crop for dryland cropping systems in the central Great Plains, i.e., less water was required to grow a unit of wheat (W) or proso millet (M) when corn was the .   Dryland crop production systems in Oregon are based primarily on winter wheat grown in rotation with tillage-based summer fallow. This system has evolved and proven to be economically successful for more than years. However, tillage based fallow leads to increased soil erosion and adversely affects soil biological, chemical and physical properties .

    Research achievements and adoption of no-till, dryland cropping in the semi-arid U.S. Great Plains Author: Neil Hansen, Brett Allen, R. Louis Baumhardt, and Drew J. Lyon Created Date: 10/25/ AM. IMPROVING SOIL AND WATER MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN CROPPING AND INTEGRATED CROP-LIVESTOCK SYSTEMS These procedures are currently being evaluated under dryland cropping at Bushland, TX, & Tribune, KS. Dryland agriculture in Mexico and the U.S. Southern Great Plains. In: Peterson, G.A., Unger, P.W., Payne, W.A., editors. Dryland .

    For the region of the Southern Great Plains that receives > mm of annual precipitation, a study done by Mathews and Army () showed that continuous wheat cropping systems had an 11‐yr mean PSE of 17% at Woodward, OK. However, such data are rare for this higher precipitation region of the Southern Great : Andres Patrignani, Chad B. Godsey, Tyson E. Ochsner. F. culmorum is important for the northern Great Plains and interior northwest,while F. graminearum is more important in the southern Great Plains. Disease Cycle. Dryland foot rot infects the roots and crowns of wheat plants and is more prevalent in loose, dry soil. Areas with low annual precipitation (below inches) are susceptible to the.


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Southern Region.;]. Dryland farming is used in the Great Plains, the Palouse plateau of Eastern Washington, and other arid regions of North America such as in the Southwestern United States and Mexico (see Agriculture in the Southwestern United States and Agriculture in the prehistoric Southwest), the Middle East and in other grain growing regions such as the steppes of Eurasia and Argentina.

Dryland agriculture is of more consequence now than ever because the world’s dependence on food produced in dryland areas is even greater. In recognition of this, and the fact that global food supply is increasingly interconnected, this volume takes a world view of dryland production continent by continent.

Goals / Objectives Overall Project Goal: Develop long-term sustainable soil and crop management practices for the Central Great Plains Region (CGPR) and identify technologies that maximize the use of the region¿s soil and water resources with minimal negative environmental impact.

Objectives: 1. Develop adaptive management practices and document. Semi-arid small grain cropping systems refer to rain-fed agriculture in areas where precipitation ranges between and mm per year (Fig. 1).These dryland cropping systems are prevalent in the Great Plains region of North America, as well as in areas of Australia, Africa, and Asia.

Goals / Objectives Develop weed biology and ecology information and integrated strategies for management of herbicide-resistant kochia in Northern Great Plains (NGP) cropping systems (This objective is divided into different sub-objectives).Evaluate weed control and herbicide efficacy with registered and experimental herbicides in dryland and irrigated cropping.

Intensification does decrease the summer fallow intensity per year, from in WF to in WCF (WSF) and in WCMF (WSSF). A new era of dryland farming, characterized by cropping intensification and diversification, is emerging on the Great Plains and may someday dominate as summer fallow has in the past.

Cropping factors discussed include crop selection, rotation sequences, tillage practices, fertility management, and regional weeds insects and disease issues.

Emerging best crop management choices and cultural practices used throughout the southern Great Plains and northern Mexico dryland production regions are described.

The southern Great Plains of the U.S. and Mexico are also areas be critical to the success of modern dryland agriculture in North America. dryland cropping systems in the Great Plains: a.

Effects of Cropping Practices on Water-Use and Water Productivity of Dryland Winter Wheat in the High Plains Ecoregion of Wyoming Article PDF Available August Dryland farming is practiced in the semiarid American Great Plains and Canadian Prairies whereby the soil is cultivated in ways that conserve precious moisture.

For generations European Americans coming to the Great Plains of North America labored to squeeze the most out of a land often short on rainfall. Great Plains in the United States of America in the early s. Field bunding, fall ploughing, frequent intercultivations, drill sowing, and growing drought-resistant crops, such as finger millet, grain sorghum and pearl millet, were some of the practices listed.

Scientific study of dryland farming was initiated by the Government of India in File Size: 73KB. SPRING SOUTHERN GREAT PLAINS DROUGHT OUTLOOK AND ASSESSMENT FORUM Mar. 7, Goodwell, OK. Conservation and Production Research Laboratory - Bushland, Texas DRYLAND CROPPING SYSTEMS &.

Additionally, despite the suggested benefits of dryland cropping system intensification, wheat-fallow remains a ubiquitous practice in the West-Central Great Plains, and we sought to understand the social dynamics underpinning decisions about whether and how much to intensify.

Research achievements and adoption of no-till, dryland cropping in the semi-arid US Great Plains. Field Crops Research. Residue and long-term tillage and crop rotation effects on simulated rain infiltration and sediment transport.

Jones OR, Johnson WC () Cropping practices: Southern Great Plains. In: Dregne HE, Willis WO (eds) Dryland agriculture. Agronomy monograph no. ASA, CSSA, SSSA, Madison, WI, pp – Google ScholarCited by: 2. 9 Dryland Cropping in the Canadian Prairies and the U.S. Northern Great Plains.

Verlan Cochran, Joan Danielson, Robert Kolberg, and Perry Miller 10 Dryland Agriculture in Mexico and the U.S. Southern Great Plains. Louis Baumhardt and Jaime Salinas-Garcia. Abstract. Winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and grain sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] are important, well-adapted grain crops for the semiarid southern Great often are grown in rotation on dryland to reduce the risk of failure associated with annual cropping and to overcome the low precipitation-use efficiencies associated with crop-fallow systems.

Simulating Dryland Water Availability and Spring Wheat Production in the Northern Great Plains Abstract Agricultural system models are useful tools to synthesize field experimental data and to extrapolate results to longer periods of weather and to other cropping systems.

The objectives of this study were: (i) to quantify the. • Identify cover crop challenges in dryland cropping systems 3Montana State University Southern Agricultural Research Center till in the northern US Great Plains region: Opportunities and obstacles. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems Forage yield.

practices is the most effective means of soil erosion control and sustaining dryland agriculture in the semi-arid Great Plains will depend on adoption of these practices. 1. Introduction Crop productivity in dryland agroecosystems in the semi-arid Great Plains is limited by water availability (Peterson et.

al., ).Simulating Dryland Water Availability and Spring Wheat Production under Various Management Practices in the Northern Great Plains Abstract Spring wheat (Triticum aestivum L., excluding durum wheat) was harvested on million ha of 3 croplands in the United States inwith % occurring in the northern Great Plains (NGP) 4 states including.Cunfer, G.

"The Southern Great Plains Wind Erosion Maps of " Agricultural History In the US Soil Conservation Service conducted a reconnaissance survey of the Dust Bowl, the area of worst wind erosion on the southern Great Plains.